The ultimate revamp of the original “Intense Battles” from Ryanium Films. A young boy Elia grows up devastated and in desperate search for the reason behind his father’s disappearance. One day he discovers a dark secret past which his father had tried so hard to lock away – but there is no stopping Elia for what he will do next.
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