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The fight is just beginning.
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A slave dancer is freed from her Roman masters by an Amazon warrior and is trained as an Amazon warrior and seeks vengeance on the ambitious corrupt Roman general who attacked her village and slain her family. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Patrick Bergin ... Crassius

Jennifer Rubin ... Ione

Richard Norton ... Lucius

Nichole Hiltz ... Serena

Wendi Winburn ... Gwyned
Melanie Gutteridge ... Briana

Mary Tamm ... Zenobia
Janina Matiekonyte ... B'Shara (as Janina Matekonyte)
Darius Miniotas ... Dance Master
Rona Waddington ... Lead Dancer (as Rona Wadington)
Tomas Ereminas ... Gallo
Gabija Danileviciute ... Young Serena
Lauren Wilcox ... Young Briana
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Lenzi ... Cornelius

Directed by
Zachary Weintraub 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Zachary Weintraub 

Produced by
Eve Brandstein .... associate producer
Tom Kuhn .... producer
Rainer Mockert .... executive producer
Robertas Urbonas .... producer
Fred Weintraub .... producer
Jackie Weintraub .... executive producer (as Jackie Dubey Weintraub)
 
Original Music by
Tim Jones 
 
Cinematography by
Thomas Hencz 
 
Film Editing by
Eric Torres 
 
Casting by
Dalia Daugilyte 
 
Production Design by
Galius Klicius 
 
Set Decoration by
Genovaite Vidauskaite 
 
Costume Design by
Daiva Petrulyte 
 
Makeup Department
Vilma Jasinskaite .... key hair stylist
Aursra Juskaite .... key makeup artist
Egle Mikalauskaite .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Tony Roman .... post-production supervisor
Robertas Urbonas .... executive in charge of production
Marius Vilunas .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tomas Aleinikovas .... second assistant director
Kestutis Drazdauskas .... first assistant director
Richard Norton .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Darius Bastys .... set dresser
Vytautas Drazdauskas .... property master
Rimantas Gailius .... props
Gintas Matonis .... construction coordinator
Aurika Seleniene .... set dresser
Indre Selenyte .... set dresser
Egidijus Vaitkevicius .... on-set props
Arturas Vaitulevicius .... carpenter
Tatjana Zemciugova .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Greg Back .... sound effects editor
Greg Back .... sound re-recording mixer
Darius Baltusis .... boom operator
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Scott Bernstein .... adr editor
Larry Ellis .... dialogue editor
Michael Golin .... stereo sound consultant
George R. Groves Jr. .... sound effects editor (as George Groves)
George R. Groves Jr. .... sound re-recording mixer (as George Groves)
Barry Keys .... adr mixer
Barry Keys .... foley mixer
Noel Thompson .... sound mixer
Joseph Zappala .... sound mixer
Joseph Zappala .... supervising sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Anatolij Afanasjev .... special effects assistant
Artiom Grigorian .... special effects assistant
Edvinas Urbonas .... special effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Stanislav Adamickij .... stunts
Tomas Ereminas .... stunts
Vladislavas Jacukevicius .... stunts
Saulius Janaviciu .... stunts (as Saulius Janavicius)
Arturas Nemanis .... stunts
Richard Norton .... stunt coordinator
Andrej Riabokon .... stunt performer
Slava Samuchov .... stunts
Jonas Tamulevigius .... stunts (as Jonas Tamulevicius)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Aleksej Afranasu .... grip
Algis Babravicius .... still photographer
Dainius Belazaras .... electrician
Danius Cerniauskas .... dolly grip
Michael E. Gonzales .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Michael Gonzales)
Vytaitas Gudlevicius .... dolly grip (as Vytas Gudlevicius)
Vytaitas Gudlevicius .... key grip
Leonid Gunovic .... electrician
Rolandas Joneliukstis .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Rimas Jurgelevicius .... electrician
Laimantas Kairys .... second assistant camera
Vidmantas Kralikauskas .... key grip
Bo B. Randulff .... director of photography: second unit (as Bo Randulff)
Konsta Sohlberg .... gaffer
Danute Zitkeviciene .... electrician
Algirdas Zitkevicius .... best boy electric
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Greta Bogusiene .... on-set costumer
Dana Inciute .... assistant costume designer
Aneta Savickiene .... on-set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Doug Ledin .... color timer
Tony Roman .... assistant editor
Andrea Stern .... post-production coordinator
 
Transportation Department
Darius Jarasunas .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Aleksandr Belous .... customs coordinator (as Alekxandr Belous)
Keiann Collins .... script supervisor
Ilona Dranseikaite .... production coordinator
Tomas Dumcius .... computer/internet assistant
Olga Fariga .... location manager
Diana Gaideltye .... set production assistant
Jonas Lazauskas .... deputy managing director
Saulius Ligeika .... security captain
Maxwell Meltzer .... production accountant
Arunas Paukste .... craft service
Almutis Raila .... horse wrangler
Christianna Sherbanee .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Danguole Tamkunaite .... office production assistant
Dan Winthrop .... titles: designer/director
Tomas Zakrys .... set production assistant
Igoris Zenevicius .... craft services coordinator
 

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Rated R for sexuality and violence
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Canada:94 min | Spain:89 min
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There are similarities between the film and "Conan The Barbarian": Serena is a young girl, when General Crassus attacks her village, murders her family and enslaves her. Serena becomes a Amazon Warrior, when she set is free. Serena falls in love with Lucius, whom is later killed by Crassus. After she kills Crassus and has her revenge, she becomes the new Amazonian Queen.See more »
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Anachronisms: Crassius (or more correctly Crassus) makes reference to the Colosseum in Rome. He was killed in 53 BCE and the building of the Colosseum (Amphitheatrum Flavium) did not start until 72 CE.See more »
Quotes:
Serena:If you hurt any more slaves or Amazons, or I hear about any more women being abused, then I shall return and kill you all!"See more »
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8 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Nice but..., 14 December 2004
Author: damien-55 from Athens, Greece

Well, the DVD's cover does a good (but tricky) job. You think it might be a relatively nice movie shot for TV. Like Helen of Troy, Jason and the argonauts, or Odyssey.

But actually, the only reason to see this movie is for the few beautiful, and half-naked women who try to cope with a terrible director and a really bad script and story based on Ridley Scott's Gladiator. Especially the little girl in the beginning acts really bad. It was quite disappointing. I hope some of the actors get a break in the future.

The movie screams it was very low-budget. They must have used except the forest shots, 5 or 6 scenes, most of them in a dressed back-lot.

The worst mistake (except inaccuracies like amazons in the same era with romans) was that everyone is clean. In that period women didn't look like a Playboy centerfold. And people were dirty-looking. They look extremely sharp. Like they took their furs from the laundry! LOL!

Anyway, as I said, if you pass one the beautiful babes, a Xena episode is far more dramatic and action-packed.

I don't regret for my $2 for the DVD rental though. Even B-movies and first-time actors got to make a living.

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