A school teacher asks his students (about 11)to write an essay...
He asks them to locate the story in Central Europa in the early Middle Ages.And what he gets ...is not far from what the "scriptwriters " produced here.
A voice- over begins a little "cultural" presentation:"in those ancient times,no one was spared:old men,women,children,blah,blah,blah,all was violence,crimes and rapes ,blah ,blah,blah,they were all barbarians....
Toryok (Edmund Purdom,"the Egyptian" ,who later got lost in Italian turkeys) ,is a brave king whose wife was raped and killed by the wicked Kovo (both look the part).When his enemy comes back,he leads his village in a war (in spite of his brother's and his sweet wife's disapproval.)
The story was so poor and so thin that the director had to fill the time with boring dances and endless fights and battles.
Rossana Podesta ("la red" and Wise's "Helen of Troy") is Kovo's fiancée but she will fall in love with...(guess!)
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