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At the same time, Tristan is also in mortal danger : he is offered a poisoned cup of wine, to recover from the cold outside. The intervention of a unicorn yes, a unicorn breaks the illusion and a furious battle follows with a lot of green magic flames.
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They manage to escape from the trap, leaving a furious Lamia behind. Tristan wanted to go back to Wall, while Yvaine thought about the night sky. So, they end up in between — on a cloud in the sky! Only to be rescued by a very surprised group of lightning hunters, something very similar to a pirate crew, only their ship can fly.
This section is just a page or so in the novel, but it becomes a central part of the movie. Captain Shakespeare is played but Robert De Niro , nonetheless, and is one of the best characters in the film adaptation. This is the central part of the story. They also talk about their initial expectations, before the adventure started.
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While Tristan confesses to have been too naive. But… there is an unexpected Reward coming from facing the adversities together: a bond is forming between them. Yvaine is the first to say it out loud. Or does he? And here we get to the central point in which the theme is reinstated : Tristan is looking for his real self in this quest, and Yvaine helps him to see it clearly.
Things are not what they seem. And people are defined by their actions, not by their starting conditions in life, jobs or economic situation. Awww, this is so cute! Love can win. But enough of that. Really one of the most outstanding characters here. He is well developed, and gets a full development arc. They are talking about you, buddy! In short, Shakespeare plays a perfect Mentor role for both protagonists.
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The fact that he appears mid-story reflects how the young people are sometimes cast into adult life without preparation or role models. Shakespeare gives Tristan a badly needed haircut and a new wardrobe , and trains him in sword fighting because you never know what you need first, nowadays. But at least, he gives also some important life advice, that will be very precious to the protagonists.
The story also briefly introduces another interesting side character, the Merchant Ferdy the Fence , who will have the role of a Trickster in the unfolding events and provide some juicy comic relief. This is, in my opinion, the weakest part of the movie. The many plot lines are brought together but the story suffers from a definitely overextended final battle scene, which seems more fitting for a Final Fantasy videogame, than for a Victorian fairy tale which is a coming of age story.
However, all the main characters find a satisfying closure for their arc. Captain Shakespeare receives the support of his crew , which respect him for who he is, and fully reconcile with his personality not exactly piratey whatever that means. Yvaine understands that love is unconditional and confesses her feelings to Tristan although temporarily in a mouse form. Tristan finally gets it and understands that his destiny is as big as he wants it to be, and that the love of his life shines right there, for him.
Tristan crosses back to Wall the village to settle the score with Victoria. He now realizes how banal and uninspiring she had been all along, and leaves her and Humphrey to live more or less happily thereafter. Tristan finds out, just as Septimus does thanks to some enchanted runes that are so magical, everybody can use them after just a 5 minutes tutorial , so they all rush to the final showdown. Yvaine lies chained to an altar a classic , Septimus, Tristan and Lamia face each other in a decisive final battle.
Septimus is the first to go, killed by Lamia with a very ingenious gingerbread vodoo doll. The witch then reanimates him as a zombie , probably because she knows that recycling villains help reduce carbon footprint. What follows is a zombie swordfight duel with Tristan , completely unnecessary from the plot perspective, and then Tristan can finally face Lamia not one, but twice because at first she seems willing to let the two young lovers go.
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