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Westender (2003)

PG-13  |   |  Drama, Fantasy  |  June 2003 (USA)
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Set in a fictional medieval world, this is the story of Asbrey of Westender. Once a great heroic knight, he has mysteriously fallen from grace. One night he drunkenly bets and loses his ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Asbrey of Westender
John Rankin ...
Darlene Dadras ...
Rod James ...
The Old Man
Ron Wright ...
Hans Hlawaty ...
David Shelofsky ...
Shawn Kottmeier ...
Daniel Snyder ...
Christa Kepshire ...
Slave Girl
Slave Girl
Keri Warr ...
Slave Girl
Slave Girl
Ann Oxenhandler ...
Jarlishan Mother


Set in a fictional medieval world, this is the story of Asbrey of Westender. Once a great heroic knight, he has mysteriously fallen from grace. One night he drunkenly bets and loses his ring, his last possession of worth. He then embarks on a mission to regain his ring and, in due course, confront the demons of his past. Written by DarthBill

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Drama | Fantasy

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Quite an achievement for much less than a big-league budget.
12 March 2004 | by (Portland, Oregon) – See all my reviews

Filmed entirely in Oregon, on some amazingly atmospheric locations, this film was reportedly made on a budget that probably wouldn't provide the perks for one of today's overpaid Hollywood super-stars.

Its evocation of a medieval world has quite a bit more flavor than many of the big studio efforts of, say, fifty years ago, and its flaws are not terribly distracting or disappointing.

It is true that the editing could be considerably tightened and that some plot points are not elucidated too well, especially since flashbacks are used, though not to any true advancement of the linear storyline.

Blake Stadel, as the questing knight of the title, while not a very expressive actor, nevertheless contributes a stalwart presence (and makes the abuse he suffers look convincingly real, by the way).

The cinematography is the real star of this show and the music score is blessedly free of the droning and the bombast that afflicts too many big budget films these days.

All in all a very worthy effort and one that certainly makes a viewer look forward to future efforts from its makers.

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