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In Service to the Dream (2001)

In 1966 a few eccentric Berkeley college students got together to recreate the last tournament of the Golden Age of Chivalry. Today their legacy lives on in an international organization ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Terrence Adamski Terrence Adamski ... Viscount Sir Morvin of Carrick
Michael Anderson Michael Anderson ... Master Sir Malachai Halfdan Brightskull
Marcus Barber Marcus Barber ... THL Beorn of the Northern Sea
Bonnie Black-Shockey Bonnie Black-Shockey ... THL Chretienne de Courtenay
Stuart Brenneman Stuart Brenneman ... Lord Marcel Longueville
Mary Kay Buike Mary Kay Buike ... Viscountess Catriona ni Bhriain
Janet Chennault Janet Chennault ... Lady Eichling von Amrum
Wendy Creek Wendy Creek ... Mistress Finella Harper
Michelle Cyr Michelle Cyr ... Shaia of the Rom
Mike Enos Mike Enos ... Lord Fransisc Miguel Joaquim Inacio
Stacy Enos Stacy Enos ... Lady Seanach an tSeanachaidhe
Brie Garbarini Brie Garbarini ... Gabrielle Maria DiCarlo
Nancy Garbarini Nancy Garbarini ... Contessa Luciana Maria Novella DiCarlo
Paul Ghezzo Paul Ghezzo ... Baron Sir Padraic Fraochdha Idheach
Paul Giles Paul Giles ... Master Giles Hill of Sweetwater
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In 1966 a few eccentric Berkeley college students got together to recreate the last tournament of the Golden Age of Chivalry. Today their legacy lives on in an international organization known as the Society for Creative Anachronism where lords and ladies, knights and artisans create an intricate subculture that even pervades the participants' real lives. Honor and chivalry are the words of the day, but each member struggles to find their own meaning and way amidst the social dynamics that are inherent in any large group. "In Service to the Dream" chronicles a 9-month span in the lives of the populace of the kingdom of Caid, where kings and queens rise and fall, but thousands of people all seem to march to the beats of similar drums. Written by Christopher Burns

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Born of the Sword. Ruled by a Crown. Surrounded by the 21st Century. See more »

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Documentary | Drama

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Official Sites:

Mythos Productions, LLC

Country:

USA

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14 February 2001 (USA) See more »

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Mythos Productions LLC See more »
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Color
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55 interviews and 95 hours of footage went into the making of this film. See more »

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The Voice of the Chocolate Milkshake - Alexandra Guerineaud See more »

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NON NOBIS DOMINE
Written by William Byrd
Performed by Mistress Finella Harper, Lady Rebecca Marie Robynson and Lady Moireen Chiardhubh niBhardain
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This was an excellent representation of what life is like in the Society for Creative Anachronisms.
7 May 2001 | by anneyseSee all my reviews

A considerable amount of care & consideration seems to have gone into the crafting of this documentary about medieval re-enactment. There was a broad representation of all aspects of the society with a secondary focus on the burden of the crown.


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