Inwe've seen Gemma Arterton battling gods in ancient Greece in "Clash of the Titans" and galloping on horses across the sands of time in "Prince of Persia. From her very first moment onscreen in this taut thriller of an indie flick, she's physically and emotionally stripped bare. Arterton plays the title character, a woman from a wealthy family who's kidnapped and held hostage in an anonymous room.
Order yours now from Simply Games. Okay, so that's a bit out of line. But in trying to summarise the Prince of Persia's dramatic shift from wash-clean poster boy for grown-up platforming into the dark shroud of whatever gothic monstrosity inspired his new look, this quote - borrowed from an early clash with a largely-naked female adversary - seems like the most obvious one to crib. The Prince is a lot darker now, see.
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