[Theseus wakes up from
being unconscious to find himself in a bed]
alright. It's alright, Theseus.
happened to me?
arm, you were poisoned.
are the others?
[Phaedra walks over to
Theseus and site on the edge of his bed]
was right. For all those years I doubted her. Doubted their existence.
mother's death was not in vain, Theseus. It was fate that brought you
back for the bow. And in your hands, Theseus, it will bring Hellenic
[they stare at each
other for moment and then move closer to kiss]
[to Theseus as she's
about to sleep with him]
were right, Theseus. My visions are a curse. I want to see the world
through my own eyes, filled with my own heart and touch with my own
[Theseus kisses her and
they make love]
[Theseus and Phaedra
walk over to Stavros and the monk]
to see you're still alive. Worried that cow had gotten the best of you.
almost did. She saved my life.
[referring to Phaedra]
like she did more than that.
because you've got that bow it doesn't mean I'm gonna treat you any
We march to the monastery, we have a war to fight.
great wall is the Hellenic's only hope against your army.
there was a dam, but the Hellenic's have since adapted it. No one could
have anticipated the enemy you have become.
many are there?
many have made it here, your majesty, I'm not sure.
[Hyperion grabs hold of
Lysander's mutilated face]
not sure, your majesty. Eight hundred.
[Hyperion hits him in
five feet of marble stone, weighing over twelve tons. It was designed
to be impenetrable, your majesty.
you ever known a gate designed to be anything but?
[looking over a cliff at
travel to Phaedra’s temple]
is he? I thought Hyperion was supposed to be camped here.
should continue. Tartarus is another two days along this ridge.
[they hear a sounds of
screaming being carried in the wind]
is that sound?
[suddenly the monk runs
into the temple, the others follow him to find him by a metal
bull, when Phaedra screams, Theseus breaks the bull and
inside they find Phaedra's three sisters being cooked alive]
[after Theseus loses the
bow, Ares suddenly appears and kills Hyperion's men]
not stop until you reach Tartarus.
[Athena also appears]
horses will run until their hearts give out. Hyperion will soon have
the bow. Leave.
[suddenly Zeus arrives]
me, father! Forgive me.
only broke the law to protect the mortal.
[angry that the Ares and
Athena broke the law, Zeus kills Ares]
God will ever again come to your aid. You are alone!
[he turns to face
you understand, mortal? I have faith in you, Theseus. Prove me right.
Lead your people.
[Hyperion now has the
are the men?
have yet to return, sire.
does the sight of the bird tell you? Speak.
Gods, they came from above.
appeared and laid waste to the men, my King.
Gods. The Gods.
protected the slave who travels with the oracle. The Gods fight on
their behalf, sire.
the men hear of this there will be panic.
know. I know.
[Hyperion takes hold of
Mondragon's head shoves his thumbs into his eyes and kills him]
[to Zeus as they are
mourning Ares death]
peace, sons bury their fathers. In war, fathers bury their sons. Are we
at war, father?
me about the slave. He's from your village, is he not?
[Lysander does not reply]
He was uh...a peasant.
me, your majesty. I...I meant no...
quite. And his family?
mother was raped by some villagers, nobody would marry her. He was a
[after Theseus, Phaedra
and Stavros reach Mount Tartarus]
Helios tells me you have information that could be of use to us.
is in possesion of the Epirus bow.
it is a weopon forged by Heracles.
please. I heard the same stories you did as a
child. There are Gods living in the clouds . Titans buried in the rocks.
I was a disbeliever, just like you are.
But the Epirus bow exists.
understand there are many Hellenics who put
great faith in the myths and the Gods, but we in the Hellenic council
do not. They are metaphors, son, nothing more. We are a society of laws
based on negotiation and reason.
you try and negotiate with Hyperion, you will
be the death of us all.
if I were to accept your council, Theseus
from Corpus, what would it be?
the gates and prepare for war.
have half our batallions returning, we can't
seal the gates.
one will return! We are the last!
sure you'll understand if I don't accept the
advice of an alluring palm reader and her peasant lover.
Theseus, Hyperion's envoy desires a word with you.
the vision, he sends for you with arms open seeking an embrace of
have you never been wrong?
[Theseus stands by the
gates of Mount Tartarus facing Hyperion's men]
[the voice sounds like
closer. I have a message for you.
worst, you lose a peasant.
[Theseus walks towards
[as Theseus faces
Hyperion who has covered his face by a mask]
do you cover your face?
are equal in Hyperion's midst. I myself am only a vessel for his
demands, nothing more.
he asked for me by name?
indeed he does.
how does he know it?
there's little the King does not know. He knows that you have no
father, and like him, you were cast aside by your very own people.
he know of my rage? Does he know that I live only to see his blood at
the end of my sword? Does he know he butchered my mother?
that he's seen your face he knows.
[Hyperion takes his mask
off, Theseus recognizes him and goes to attack him but Hyperion's men
draw their swords]
wouldn't make it.
me, Theseus. They will never give you a seat at their table, but you
could sit at the head of mine. Long after this war is over, my mark
will be left on this world forever. The sun will never set on my blood,
Theseus. This is what I offer you. Immortality.
are eternal, not the flesh.
[Theseus turns and
Gods may be on your side, but tomorrow I unleash the Titans.
don't know if I can do what Zeus asks of me.
doubting one comes the truth, Theseus. The Gods chose well.
[Theseus addresses the
soldiers as Hyperion uses the Epirus bow to attack Mount Tartarus]
to me! Listen!
are you to tell us what to do?
nobody to tell you what to do! I am Theseus, a common man! One of you!
I share your blood and I share your fear, but to run now would offer
our souls and the souls of our children to a terrible darkness!
[Theseus continues his
speech to the soldiers as Hyperion's men get closer]
must stand and fight! Their numbers count for nothing! Stand your
[the soldiers gather
your ground! Show them that we are not weak. Because they scar their
faces and scar their bodies does not mean they're braver or stronger
than we are! They are cowards! They hide behind their masks. They are
human and bleed like you and I!
[Theseus continues his
speech to the soldiers]
your ground! Fight for honor! Fight for the man beside you! Fight for
the mothers who bore you! Fight for your children! Fight for your
future! Fight so that your name survives! Fight for immortality!
[he jumps down from the
wall in front of the soldiers]
us write history in Heraclian blood!
[they all march towards
the middle of the
battle Lysander takes his mask off and shouts to Theseus]
Here I am!
[Theseus spots him and
they walk towards each other]
[as they get closer to
each other Theseus stabs Lysander with his sword]
is your King?
is no King.
[Lysander falls and dies]
[to Theseus after
Hyperion has used the Epirus bow to release the Titans
and Zeus, Poseidon, Athena and other Gods arrive to battle the
here! This is no longer your fight! Find Hyperion
[to Zeus as she's about
Don't forsake my kind.
does it feel like knowing...knowing that there will be no memory of
you. I have won.
death will make me a legend.
[Theseus grabs his
fallen knife from the ground and hides it behind him]
my deeds will go down in history.
writing your history.
[as Hyperion grabs
Theseus by the hair, suddenly Theseus uses his knife to stab
[as Theseus has got hold
of Hyperion and is about to stab him]
is your last embrace, Hyperion. Look at me. Look at me! I'm the last
thing you will ever see.
[he draws his knife
closer to Hyperion's throat]
[Theseus stabs Hyperion
in the throat and kills him and before the mountain collapses he is
transported away like the Gods]
Old Man: [voice over]
mens souls are immortal, but the souls of the righteous are immortal
and divine. Once a faithless man, Theseus gave his life to save mankind
and earned a placed amongst the Gods. They rewarded his bravery with a
gift, a son, Acamas.
[Acamas is looking at a
big marble statue that depicts Theseus's deeds, he touches it and has a
vision but draws away quickly]
Don't be afraid of your vision, little one. What's your name?
A strong name.
[the old man look up at
the statue of Theseus]
knew your father. He was a very brave man. Soon it will be your time.
time for what?
fight against evil never ends, Acamas. War is coming to the heavens and
your father will be there, fighting for your future.
[last lines; referring
to the old man who is really Zeus]
was that, son?
an old man.
[Acamas closes his eyes
and sees the vision of Theseus battling alongside the Gods
against the Titans]
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