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Guinevere (1994)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Fantasy | TV Movie 7 May 1994
The legend of King Arthur, Sir Lancelot and Guinevere, told from a somewhat more feminist perspective.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Guinevere
... King Arthur
... Lancelot
Brid Brennan ... Morgan L'Fei
... Merlin
... Leodogan
Martin East ... Gawain
... Kei
Andrius Bobrovas ... Percival
Kestutis Stasys Jakstas ... Yvain (as Kestas Jakstas)
... Envoy
Bruce Lidington ... Swordsmith (as Bruce Liddington)
... Bishop
Regina Share ... Kaethi


Queen Guinevere has to choose between her heart and her duty.It is her destiny to marry king Arthur but can she deny herself of her true love for Lancelot?Arthur and Lancelot, both in love with a queen, must soon overcome their rivalry and became a team.

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Adventure | Fantasy


Not Rated




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7 May 1994 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Bound in Blood  »

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not good at all
31 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

I was excited when looking on this site I saw that there was a movie made based on the books by Persia Woolley, I have been a fan for a long time. However, this movie in no way reflects Persia's wonderful books, not even close. Guinevere is some tomboy out fighting, Arthur is some frat boy idiot and Lancelot is some angry boy. They leave out almost all of the story and barely have the other characters. The acting is boring and not that great. The only thing I can say that was good was the scenery was nice and the overall feel of the time. There is nothing that fits the books or even a decent view of the Arthurian legend. The story doesn't showcase the wonderful character Persia wrote and that is a shame, they had great source material. The movie is boring and forgettable. My advise is to read the three books Persia Woolley wrote, they are great and much more entertaining.

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