Civil War docudrama on Confederate female spies in Union-occupied Northern Virginia, focusing on Antonia Ford, jailed for her role in partisan ranger John Singleton Mosby's celebrated raid ... See full summary »

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Gregory Labenz ...
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Becci Varga ...
Laura Ratcliffe
Jeffrey F. Smith ...
Joe Cain ...
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Amanda Akesson ...
Ford servant
Samuel K. Akesson ...
Ford servant
Caleb Brinson ...
Rachel Cain ...
Pattie Ford
Kathryn Coombs ...
Townsperson
Chris M. Cotone ...
Lieutenant Prentiss
David Curtis ...
Confederate Guard
Curt M. Durham ...
Union soldier
Vernon O. Durham ...
Union soldier
James Fleming ...
Confederate soldier
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Civil War docudrama on Confederate female spies in Union-occupied Northern Virginia, focusing on Antonia Ford, jailed for her role in partisan ranger John Singleton Mosby's celebrated raid on Fairfax Courthouse and capture of Brigadier General Edwin Stoughton. Written by Kathryn Coombs

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Confederate spy Antonia Ford must choose between the cause she supports and the man she loves


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20 September 2009 (USA)  »

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Interesting True Story
24 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film tells an interesting and little known true story from the American Civil War and mostly does so well. Parts of it are a little slow-paced, however, and the quality of both acting and costumes varies considerably among the characters. The film contains some striking visuals and a few very moving scenes along with some extended gory battle and medical sequences. The lead characters of Antonia, Laura, and Joseph are portrayed sensitively and all resemble their historical counterparts. Intercuts of stills and narration with the reenactor footage help to document the veracity of the story. The film is more a love story than an account of Civil War espionage.


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