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  • Sinbad
  • La Légende des sept mers


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Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)

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At the beginning of the film, Sinbad attempts to steal the magical "Book of Peace" while it travels to Syracuse, protected by Proteus; but is prevented when Cetus attacks the ship. Drawn underwater by Cetus, Sinbad is saved by Eris, who offers him any boon he desires in exchange for the Book of Peace. Sinbad and his crew go to Syracuse to steal the Book; but leave without doing so. Anticipating this, Eris steals the book and leaves Sinbad accused of the theft and sentenced to death; whereupon Proteus sends Sinbad to retrieve the book instead, placing himself as hostage, and Proteus's fiancée Marina (voiced by Catherine Zeta-Jones) goes to make sure that Sinbad succeeds. To prevent them, Eris sends a chorus of sirens, who entrance the men aboard Sinbad's ship but do not affect Marina, who pilots the ship to safety; and later a Roc, who captures Marina but is later slain by Sinbad.

After these and other incidents, Marina and Sinbad enter Eris's realm, where she reveals that her plan was to maneuver Proteus into Sinbad's place, leaving Syracuse without an heir, and agrees to surrender the Book if Sinbad truthfully tells whether he will return to Syracuse to accept blame. When he answers that he will, Eris calls him a liar, and returns him and Marina to the mortal world.

In Syracuse, the time allotted to Sinbad has elapsed, and Proteus is to be beheaded; but at the last minute, Sinbad appears to replace him. Furious at this, Eris saves him, quarrels with him, and returns the Book. Thereafter Sinbad leaves Syracuse on another voyage, leaving Marina behind. Proteus, seeing that Marina has fallen in love with Sinbad, releases her from their engagement and sends her to join Sinbad's ship.


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