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Her Knight (2003)

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Anne has always had a dream of being rescued by a knight, living happily ever after. But such is the world of dreams, not reality . . . or so it seems.

Director:

Russ Emanuel
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Cast

Cast overview:
Victoria Chalaya ... Anne
Emil Lin ... David
Archie Drury Archie Drury ... Dylan
April Hong ... Lydia
Nicole Alvarez Nicole Alvarez ... Courtney
Tina Mayer ... Sexy European Girl
Yasuyo Kaneda Yasuyo Kaneda ... Sexy Japanese Girl
Ted Downs Ted Downs ... Courtney's Friend
Hal Evey Hal Evey ... Partygoer #1
Alison Granato Alison Granato ... Partygoer #2
Oanh Nguyen ... ROOMS Patron #1
Jenni Alpert Jenni Alpert ... ROOMS Patron #2
Hayateru Saito Hayateru Saito ... ROOMS Patron #3
Eri Suzuki Eri Suzuki ... ROOMS Patron #4
Steve Okie Steve Okie ... ROOMS Owner
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Storyline

The film unites viewers with Anne, a Russian-American girl who lives in the big city much like contemporary Los Angeles, in a disillusioned relationship with a good-for-nothing guy named Dylan. He only cares for her looks and parties more than her intellect or interests. Interests that include studying Byzantine imperial history at a local coffee shop, with an ultimate and unfulfilled dream of being rescued by a Byzantine knight from her captor, though she is never able to see how it will conclude. Such is Anne's dire situation when she unexpectedly meets David, an Asian-American guy, with interests seemingly different from hers, but someone who soon encounters Dylan and eventually writes an end to her dream. So, the story goes. Written by Russ Emanuel

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When the world of dreams collide with reality.

Genres:

Fantasy | Romance | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 November 2003 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$16,878 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(original)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

This is one of the first professional films to be shot with the Panasonic AG-DVX100 (the first digital video camera with progressive 24 frames per second, finally giving digital video a filmic color and feel). See more »

Quotes

Anne: I thought he was my Justinian.
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Connections

References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

trials and tribulations
from "The Cat Toy Sessions"
Written and Performed by Jenni Alpert
Copyright 2003 Jalpert Publishing
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Good debut film
18 March 2005 | by jab50See all my reviews

I was given the opportunity of seeing this film before it was released. Having some interest in indy films, I must say that for a first film, Mr. Emanuel did a pretty good job, especially with the fight scene at the end. The musical score fit the mood of the film. My only negative comment is that some of the script seemed a bit "forced" and "intellectual" (the Byzantine history part) for a movie short. On the other hand, the writer probably wanted to give the viewer some introduction to the history that influences the film. I guess I have no interest in Byzantine history though. All in all, a great start for some promising actors and producer/directors! I hope to see a full-length movie by Mr. Emanual someday.


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