Lycian (2002)

Not Rated | | Drama | Video 10 December 2002
In the woodlands of Crestlin, within the village of Lycian lies the foundings and fate of the kingdom. With the arrival of a neighboring Queen and her daughter, two brothers contest in a ... See full summary »

Director:

Geoffrey DeMarsh
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Credited cast:
Richard Cunningham III ... Lord Draken
Geoffrey DeMarsh ... Telus
Katrina Latham Katrina Latham ... Lady Elizabeth
Andrew Clements Andrew Clements ... Myron
Faith DeMarsh Faith DeMarsh ... Queen
Charles Galiulo Charles Galiulo ... Zachary
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Zachary DeMarsh Zachary DeMarsh ... Gregor
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In the woodlands of Crestlin, within the village of Lycian lies the foundings and fate of the kingdom. With the arrival of a neighboring Queen and her daughter, two brothers contest in a bitter struggle for the hand of the alluring Lady Elizabeth. Lord Draken, heir to the throne of Crestlin, and his peasant brother, Telus, find themselves victims to the influences of love, jealousy and betrayal. But when they are played into the designs of a fanatical revolutionist their rivalry over the Lady turns into a conflict that will see the blood of royalty spilled. Written by Richard Cunningham

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In a time of honor, In a time of power, Love could destroy all.

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Drama

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Amazing period drama
12 November 2005 | by clancysmithesqSee all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to see this film in a private screening and it was one of the best indy films I'd caught all year. An epic story that managed to not lose sight of the personal drama between the characters. I love it when huge events are taking place in the background but none of the subtlety in the character interaction is lost. Solid but subtle effects allowed this fantasy world to unfold in a dark, dirty, realistic fashion that I really enjoyed. Pretty cool fights, too. Like the original Star Wars trilogy, we were brought into a story that was already underway and the writers managed to capture that history and backstory surrounding the action of this segment of the tale flawlessly. You really get a sense, like Tolkein, that there was a long, thought-out history behind the tale before it even began, making the characters and settings all the more realistic. Definitely worth checking out for any fan of Medieval drama and fantasy epic.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 December 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Seven Kings: Lycian See more »

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DeMarsh Studios See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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