• The Odyssey

  • Walker Asserson
  • Unrepped
  • Available
  • Comedy
  • Family
  • Scouted
  • Fantasy
  • 71.3
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After saving the princess in the Trojan War, the Greek military leader Odysseus strives to return home. When his soldiers disrespect the goddess Athena by defacing her temple, she turns his crew into zany children and plans a series of tests that he must pass to prove that he can be a good father in order to return home to see his son and wife again.
The skilled but arrogant Greek warrior Odysseus is tasked by the gods with guiding a crew of children on his journey home from the Trojan war, so that he may learn to become a good father by the time he returns to his family.
After saving the princess in the Trojan War, the Greek military leader Odysseus plans to return home. When the leader’s soldiers disrespect a goddess by defacing her temple, the goddess and other gods plan a series of tests that the leader must pass to prove that he can be a good father and worry about returning home to his family.
The ancient Greek warrior, Odysseus (Ody), learns what it means to be a father after being away from his son, Tele, for most of the boy’s life.
Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Family, Sword & Sorcerer, Feel Good/Uplifting, Adaptation, Children, Parody, Battle, Father, Father/Son, Fatherhood, Heartwarming, Magic, Parent, Parenthood
White / European
The Odyssey (1987), Hercules (1997), Life of Brian, Ulysses: A Dark Odyssey, Robin Hood: Men in Tights
Ancient Greece / Several Months
Ancient Mediterranean/Greece: Troy, Troy Battlefield, Ship, Cyclops Beach, Scary Cave, Circe's Island, Siren Island, Ithaca, etc.
During the Trojan war, ODY (40s) and his soldiers heroically and efficiently break out Helen of Troy. HOMER recounts this tale to a group of high school students, but is interrupted by SPARKY the centaur, who claims that this rendition of the tale is a false depiction of machismo. CLIFF the centaur hauls away Homer while Sparky starts the tale from the beginning. This time, Ody and his soldiers bumble their way through breaking out Helen of Troy, who isn’t even grateful for the help. Sparky discusses how the real tale of Ody is how he became a real father. He recounts how Ody left PENELOPE behind with their son TELE, and missed TELE’s childhood, losing his opportunity to be a good father. When Ody finally begins his journey home, Poseidon, Athena, and Zeus discuss punishing him for his soldiers defacing one of Athena’s temples. They settle on shifting Ody off course with a storm and forcing him to earn his way back home by showcasing his growth as a father. Athena sets this up by replacing Ody’s crew with a crew of modern children. These include the motherly BELLA (14), cute PETER (5), and baby BO (3), among...