France, 1654: D'Artagnan's girl grows up in a convent. When the mother superior is murdered, Eloïse suspects a plan to murder the king and hopes to prevent this and revenge the murder by finding her father and the 3 musketeers.

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Bertrand Tavernier

Writers:

Jean Cosmos, Riccardo Freda (idea) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sophie Marceau ... Eloïse d'Artagnan
Philippe Noiret ... D'Artagnan
Claude Rich ... Le duc de Crassac
Sami Frey ... Aramis
Jean-Luc Bideau ... Athos
Raoul Billerey Raoul Billerey ... Porthos
Charlotte Kady Charlotte Kady ... Eglantine de Rochefort
Nils Tavernier Nils Tavernier ... Quentin la Misère
Gigi Proietti ... Le cardinal Mazarin (as Luigi Proietti)
Jean-Paul Roussillon ... Planchet
Pascale Roberts ... La mère supérieure
Emmanuelle Bataille Emmanuelle Bataille ... Soeur Félicité
Christine Pignet Christine Pignet ... Soeur Céline
Fabienne Chaudat Fabienne Chaudat ... Soeur Frédégonde
Josselin Siassia Josselin Siassia ... L'esclave
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Storyline

The story begins on the autumn of 1654 in South France. Eloise lives in a cloister. Her famous father left her there. The young lady is enthusiastic about honour, faithfulness, affection to the poor people, and life of course. She seems powerless when the leader of the nuns is executed because she tried to save an unlucky servant who escaped from odious Crassac and his evil Muse, the Red Lady. Eloise is seized with a fit of temper. Written by Kornel Osvart <kornelo@alphanet.hu>

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Rated R for sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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Sophie Marceau was publicly unhappy with the film's latter focus on the musketeers, arguing that the film should have concentrated wholly on her character, as the title suggests. See more »

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When the Mother Superior is wounded, the sword blade enters through a white part of her habit. When the blade is withdrawn, there is no blood or hole in the fabric. See more »

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Referenced in La Femme Musketeer (2004) See more »

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Wit...
3 June 2004 | by euskirSee all my reviews

Yes, wit. Some fun with a slice of history (Tavernier is no fool, specially talking about history, Lyonnaise cuisine and music (do you remember the beautiful, poignant and above five stars 'Round midnight...yes, I like most of Bertrand Tavernier's films). This time he take us on a trip to the Dumas territory, the same way he did the trick with Dale Turner (Dexter Gordon in 'Round midnight), but this time it's just for a happy roller coaster. Great in the acting department and using kid gloves to handle the plot as the old masters used to. If you want to have a break of all the "fast and furious" of nowadays cinema check this one.


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Italian | French

Release Date:

24 August 1994 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Revenge of the Musketeers See more »

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Gross USA:

$311,922

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$11,600,000
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1.85 : 1
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