He Who Conquers
Daniel’s life spirals out of control when his father dies and his brutal uncle takes control of the family company. To overcome his uncle, Daniel must first learn that while life is not always fair, it is still worth fighting for. More
Wealth and opportunity are not enough to stop Daniel’s life from spiraling out of control when his father is killed and his hated uncle Claude takes control of the family company. Claude wants to use the war against terrorism to assume control over Middle Eastern oil fields. Amidst his own deep feeling of loss, Daniel has a vision of catastrophic events if Claude were able to succeed.
In a modern interpretation of Shakespearean extremes, a young Daniel must stop the brutal and corrupt Claude. To succeed in this contest, Daniel must learn: while life is not always fair, it is always worth fighting for.