A picture with a ship in the middle of the sea, in the guests' room of his uncles, will move the brothers Pevensie up to the magic kingdom narniano, in the third delivery of Narnia's chronicles: the voyage of the Traveler of Alba, who has the premiere today in the cinemas to national level.
Michael Apted directs the third part of this saga written by C. S. Lewis, which shows to Edmud and to Lucy Pevensie on returning to Narnia accompanied of his cousin Eustace, Alba meets the king Caspián and a warlike mouse called Reepicheep in the Traveler of, a mythical craft that they try to come to the end of the world.
Skandar Keynes and Georgie Henley are the actors who interpret to the king Edmund Just and to the queen Lucy the Brave one, in his order, who will initiate the voyage for the seas with Eustace (Will Poulter), who discovers the veracity of the histories that his cousins were counting.
In addition, Ben Barnes gives life to Caspian X. In this expedition it will have to look for seven exiled gentlemen years behind for Miraz, uncle of Caspian.
Mysterious islands, a river that turns into gold, fatidical combats with strange creatures, the meeting with his protector and friend the Great León Aslan, and the item to the country of this one, located into the oriental end of the world, will be a part of the voyage through that the brave travelers will live and on which there will depend the destination of Narnia and of all his fantastic inhabitants.
Some prominent figures
Reepicheep. This warlike mouse, with his ally's rapier, played a very important paper during Narnia's Revolution, in which it fought, together with the Old men Narnianos, in opposition to the regime of the telmarinos.
Eustace Clarence Scrubb. Cousin of the Pevensie, this incredulous young person appears for the first time inside the saga. Antipathetic and unbearable, he will learn a lesson of life on having been turned into a dragoon.