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This particular movie, unlike many others of its kind, shows a deep and long lasting friendship, respect and love. I have seen this movie countless times and undoubtedly will watch it again. This movie doesn't age. Its characters stay with you forever. After seeing this version of "The Three Musketeers" I cannot watch any other. They all seem to lack the most imprtant thing, the one that the author wrote the book about - friendship. Most movies of this kind concentrate on the fighting and numerous stunts. I read "The Three Musketeers" and all the books that followed it numerous times. It makes me laugh when I watch American version of this movie. In "D'Artanyan" the cast is superb. The actors match their characters perfectly. The storyline follows the book, which is what I can't say about Anerican version. Growing up, my friends and I dreamed of meeting such D'Artanyan some day.... The movie was partly shot in the city where I used to live and it's true-streets became dead when the movie was shown. The next day, kids in school tried to re-enact the scenes. This movie relates the life in those times, just like the book.
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