SUMERIAN GUARDS

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DUTCH DRAGONS ENTERTAINMENT - as PROD / CONS

Martial arts - Development 2019

Sumerian Guards are from an ancient non-human civilization. They're here to guard us from knowledge way too advanced for us primitive humans.

    • Year of production
    • 2019
    • Genres
    • Martial arts, Action/Adventure, Science-fiction
    • Countries
    • NETHERLANDS
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Budget
    • 3 - 5 M$
    • Duration
    • 137 mn
    • Writer(s)
    • Roland GOTJÉ
    • Synopsis
    • Sumerian Guards is a Martial-ARTs/Action/SciFi movie.
      Sumerian Guards are members of an ancient non-human civilization.
      They are incredibly strong, fast and accurate fighters and their society had very advanced powerful technology that goes beyond anything humans can ever understand.
      They were peaceful and lived in balance with nature.
      When humans took over the world and turned it into a place full of greed and aggressiveness they turn into an underground society.
      Nowadays some of them are Sumerian Guards. They search and recover artifacts from their time that have been found by humans.
      They feel humans are not developed enough to grasp the power of the items. Some can be very dangerous to them and some can even destroy the whole world.
      In this story we see two of the Sumerian Guards on their quest.
      They recover the objects by sensing they have been activated by humans.
      They travel all over the wold to track down the items and take them away from the humans.
      Needless to say humans do not easily give up their newfound antiquities and the power that goes with them.
      The Guards use as little violence as possible to get what they came for.
      One of the guards is fed up with how ignorant and primitive “those humans” are and wants to get rid of the human race and to reclaim their planet.
      This is not what their race stands for and one Sumerian Guard has to fight the other to keep humans safe.
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