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Tuesday, 12 December 2006

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The film will follow a Klingon family who flee to Earth trying to escape the Klingon mafia

With the success of the current movie with a Mayan dialect 'Apocalypto' and the 2004 Aramaic language movie - 'Passion of the Christ', Mel Gibson has decided to direct an all out Klingon language movie without subtitles. Mel Gibson has created a reputation for making movies with obscure languages with success, and is enthusiastic to direct this movie.

Klingonese is a language spoken by the Trek community, popularly known as Trekkies; sub-species of the human race believed to live between our dimension and the next. It is very difficult to observe these very elusive yet interesting beings at random. They can best be seen in their glorious magnitudes at their sacred gatherings, called conventions sometimes referred to as "cons".

Mel Gibson has also set his eyes on another future project. A movie filmed entirely in Shyriiwook; the language of the Wookiee a member of a race of hairy bipeds. The most famous Wookiee is Chewbacca, also known as "Chewy".

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