Young Blades: Season 1, Episode 4

The Exile (20 Feb. 2005)

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Woried, captain Duvall tells the men puritan regicide Oliver Cromwell is visiting, the first British ruler who effectively subdued the Irish threat in England's back, to conclude a peace ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
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Jacqueline Roget
Tobias Mehler ...
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King Louis XIV (as Robert Michael Sheehan)
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Queen Anne (credit only)
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Andrew McIlroy ...
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Stuart's Valet
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Solange
Stephen Dimopoulos ...
Sea Captain
Collin Haslett ...
Prison Guard
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Woried, captain Duvall tells the men puritan regicide Oliver Cromwell is visiting, the first British ruler who effectively subdued the Irish threat in England's back, to conclude a peace treaty with Mazarin, while boy-king Louis fears both. On the way back from a visit home, Jacqueline -not disguised- sees a man nearly hanged innocently, and gets him free fighting, fleeing and exchanging secrets. Arrived in the palace, Cromwell demands Mazarin in private to deliver him the royal exile. Back in musketeer uniform, Jacques is part of Cromwell's guest quarter guard, which successfully stops an attempt on his life, catches the perpetrator and lets him go. D'Artagnan takes the blame, hoping in vain the captain will protect him but is chained on Mazarin's orders for questioning, by the torturer as he won't talk, indeed doesn't even know. Jacques, posing as Jaqueline's brother, returns to the fugitive, who is no lesser then the English pretender Charles II Stuart, heir of Charles I (who ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Great fun
9 November 2008 | by (Victoria, BC. Canada) – See all my reviews

This movie was an unexpected pleasure. It has a tongue in cheek, operatic character -- exaggerated and stagy. It had a few too many sword fighting scenes, which I found boring, but the rest was riveting, visually lush, full of little surprises.

I particularly enjoyed the sound track, which was a bit over the top, but somehow right on time after time. It was clearly composed scene by scene for the action, not just tacked on as decoration. It kept changing the themes and orchestration so it always a delight. There were a few times it was so pleasing I found my attention drifting away from the action.

The foppish King Louis XIV was a hoot. He was simultaneously vain, horny, pathetic, spoiled, fearful, believable and silly. Usually, such a character is played in a two dimensional way, strictly for laughs.

The characters and costumes were a treat for the eye.


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