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Director Pedro Chaves takes the hot seat and tells us all about his new movie Reiki!
Tell me about Reiki the Movie; what’s it about?
Reiki is a low budget action-fantasy feature film from Belgium. It tells the story of Vann and Hansel who awaken in a destroyed factory in the middle of nowhere with no memories of who they are… EXCEPT flashbacks from 400 years ago! During their exploration of the factory they meet Reisha, a girl who’s been running away from a group called “The Order”, witch-hunters that have been hunting witches since the dawn of time. Reisha tells Vann and Hansel that their flashbacks are true, they are memories of their past lives! Now Vann and Hansel must try to figure out who they are, why they awakened in this forgotten place, and survive their fight against the Order whilst protecting Reisha!
Sounds Exciting! Now, (if it’s not too much of a spoiler) why is the film called Reiki? Isn’t that a kind of massage?
Yeah, I heard that Reiki was a kind of Japanese massage; funnily enough when we started production nobody knew and it was just afterwards that some people told us. Actually there are some things alike between the movie Reiki and the Reiki massage (though very small).
Reiki is the name of the sword in the movie. The Reiki sword is a special sword that can cut the astral line of a human being, which means when a person is killed with the Reiki sword they won’t be able to reincarnate anymore, thus they meet a true and absolute death.
The name of the sword has an hidden meaning, but if I told you it would be a huge spoiler! ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Now I’m sure you’re all too diplomatic to say so, but inking isn’t one of my strong points. There’s only one way to tackle that, though, isn’t there? Practise! So this is a fully inked drawing using several different types of line. Yeah, I went for something insubstantial just to make it easy on myself!
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"Success or failure is often determined on the drawing board." -Robert J. Mckain