A young noblewoman must fulfill her calling to become the long foretold Paladin.

Director:

Anne K. Black
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Amy De Bhrún ... Ellen Barethon
David Haydn ... Aedin
Tim Treloar ... Corvus
Vidal Sancho ... Strabus
Angus Brown Angus Brown ... Leif
Ciaran O'Grady ... Ranulf
Janine Ingrid Ulfane Janine Ingrid Ulfane ... Ethelind
Clare Niederpruem ... Lillith
Ava Hunt Ava Hunt ... Leodrine
Tom Murphy Tom Murphy ... Clooney
Stefan Dubois Stefan Dubois ... Hermit
Owen Barton ... Rav'n / Ethelward (as Eoin Barton)
Maclain Nelson ... Guard
Grant Hutchinson Grant Hutchinson ... Scribe
Kynan Griffin ... Visiting Nobleman
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A young noblewoman must fulfill her calling to become the long foretold Paladin.

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Two dragons. One poisons the land. The other heals it.

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Adventure | Fantasy

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Trivia

The incantation used by the hermit when he is painting symbols on Elenn is the Charm of Making from the film Excalibur. See more »

Goofs

In a march across barren countryside, the lead actor appears with and without sword, leather tunic and saddle bag so often it develops into a minor subplot. At one point he lays his sword down at the top of a huge cliff and jumps into the sea below.Upon resuming the quest the next day, the sword is safely by his side once more. See more »

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Follows Dawn of the Dragonslayer (2011) See more »

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If you have a vivid imagination and love low budget movies with bad stunts, this is for you!
30 July 2013 | by ApocalypticAngelRRRSee all my reviews

The stunts in this movie were horrible. It felt like the director gathered a bunch of drunks from the local pub and paid them to be in a movie. Any fight scene you find in this will look like the drunks were too inebriated in order to coordinate properly. The special effects appear as though they were made on a 15 year old computer running Windows ME operating system.

The acting (during dialog only) wasn't overly bad, but that is about all this movie had to offer. I seriously felt like I could make a better movie with a $100 camcorder and a couple of bored friends. The plot was weak and predictable. I can honestly say that the CIA should use this movie as a new form of torture. Do not waste taxpayers money on torture devices, just simply strap the terrorists to a chair and make them watch this movie on repeat until they talk.

This got a huge 2 from me only for the very few times I chuckled from the pseudo-witty dialog. I have never given a movie on IMDb a 2 before, but this one takes the cake. They should have named this movie the Yawn and the Flagon. Seriously, spend your money elsewhere. The director sure did.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 July 2013 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

A Coroa e o Dragão See more »

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1.78 : 1
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