Fantasy - Pre-Production 2013

A 12-year-old demon boy must possess a mortal girl in order to enter demonhood and carry on his prestigious family title, "Woebringer". But as he torments her for this demonic rite of passage he finds he has one, small problem...he's falling in love with her.

    • Year of production
    • 2013
    • Genres
    • Fantasy, Romance
    • Countries
    • USA
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    • Director(s)
    • Alla VOLKOVA
    • Writer(s)
    • Kim-Long` HUA-RUPP
    • Producer(s)
    • Megha KADAKIA, Samantha MANALANG, Saurabh KIKANI
    • Synopsis
    • The Last Woebringer is a dark, children’s fantasy set in two parallel worlds: the world we live in, and a world of demons. It is the story of Damien, a 12-year-old demon entering middle school and the most important year of a his life, the year he enters Demonhood. In order to achieve this dark rite of passage, Damien has the course of a school year to torment and ultimately possess a mortal subject. If successful, he will earn his prestigious family title, “Woebringer.”
      As an only child, expectations are lofty, and Damien is assigned the most difficult subject the school has to offer, a 12-year-old girl named Lilith. Lilith uses her vivid imagination to block out the world around her and is able to resist Damien’s torments. He becomes enraptured by her vibrant imagination and the beauty of her dreams. In effect, Lilith begins to possess Damien, afflicting him with something that doesn’t exist in the demon
      With the growing threat to the continuation of the family line, Damien’s father, a formidable demon known simply as “The Woebringer”, takes it upon himself to purge his son’s feelings by becoming his dark mentor. As father trains son, the two grow close and Damien finds he is in reach of something he’s never had before, his father’s respect.
      But to make his father proud, Damien must bring harm to the mortal he loves. In the end, he must decide: continue his family’s legacy by destroying Lilith or save her for a world can never be a part of.
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