Feature Screenplay • Available
Fantasy / Action | English
Jun is an exciting martial arts epic set in sixteenth-century Japan and a dark supernatural horror story, that introduces a different kind of heroine: a blue-eyed, blond- haired beauty with two conflicting personalities — one a sweet childlike innocent, and the other a lethal avenger.
A peasant farmer and his wife stumble upon a Dutch ship wreck, where the sole survivor is a baby. Naming her JUN, they raise the child as their own, but as she grows older, they must conceal her blue eyes and golden hair from the superstitious locals and a ruthless Warlord, who’s sorceress daughters “Gin” and “Kei” have foreseen a barbarian child will one day destroy their empire.
After Jun is discovered, the warlord and his minions arrive at the family home, brutally execute them and throw Jun into a snake infested well. Miraculously, the girl survives, and in the wells abyss she discovers the skeletal remains of a legendary Samurai executed by the warlord years ago.
Possessed by the Samurai’s powerful immortal Spirit, Jun ages into a six-foot angel of vengeance — a savior to the people, and a grim reaper to the corrupt officials who wronged her.
Accompanied by a nine year old orphan boy, Jun wanders the forests and villages of a world she does not belong, destined to carry a deadly sword of justice as she tries to find her way home.
Jun is a wild cocktail of classic samurai films like "SHOGUN ASSASSIN" with a twist of "KILL BILL." Jun represents an exciting new direction in entertainment.
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