Producer George Lucas' long-awaited WILLOW was shrouded in secrecy from its inception, and, as it turns out, for very good reason: the script is a blatant rewrite of STAR WARS. The distressingly familiar story is set in a magical land sometime during prehistory, when trolls, brownies,
fairies, and sorcerers are the order of the day. A newborn girl destined to overthrow the evil empire is rescued from the wicked sorceress and found by the Newlyns, a society of little people. Willow Ufgood (Warwick Davis) must return the child to the land of the Daikinis (regular-sized people).
Thus begins a lengthy quest that takes Willow into the realm of the Daikinis, as he attemp...