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Sword of Hearts (2005)

Swashbuckling Adventure of Geoffrey Pierce, a young soldier returning home from foreign wars. Coming back with plans to make amends to Lady Grace, a woman he once wronged, Geoffrey finds ... See full summary »

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Enzo Amitrano ...
Knoll
Libby Beyreis ...
Tetty
Luke Butler ...
Guard #2 (as Luke Mrkvicka)
Don Collignon ...
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Travis Estes ...
Geoffrey Pierce
Steven E. Fassl ...
Hodge the Carter
Ron Scot Fry ...
Jewkes
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Bragg
Amy E. Harmon ...
Lady Grace Durant
Dawn Hunt ...
Pastry Seller
Lisa Marie Jelinek ...
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Swashbuckling Adventure of Geoffrey Pierce, a young soldier returning home from foreign wars. Coming back with plans to make amends to Lady Grace, a woman he once wronged, Geoffrey finds her married into the powerful Durant family - nobility with a dark and dangerous plan to put Tristan Durant on the throne of England! Joined by a young and cunning thief, Nola, Geoffrey is thrust into a tangled web of intrigue, action, and the desperate search for the mystical Eurydice Hook. Written by David Schmidt

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Large portions were shot at The Bristol Renaissance Faire, where the director was an Associate Street Director for many years. See more »

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Lots of fun - good bang for the buck
13 January 2007 | by (Northern Virginia) – See all my reviews

This movie is a fun, fast-moving swashbuckler that is so much better than it deserves to be, given the very low budget. Good story, excellent editing, decent acting, and surprisingly good sword fights.

The settings (in and around the Chicagoland area) are convincingly rural and historic. The costumes are believable, and the dialog is just fine.

As to the sword-fighting, I'm no expert, but I sure was sold on how these were choreographed. Clang, Clang, Slash, Jab, Stab!

Good, escapist entertainment - worth a look for this first feature effort by some up-and-coming Chicago filmmakers.


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