The Fay (2013)
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Drawing from ancient Celtic myth and medieval Arthurian romance, 'The Fay' is a tale of sacrificial love, as a young knight is wounded in battle, only to be rescued by the magical arts of a beautiful nymph, who saves his life but then refuses to let him go. Like a pre-Raphaelite painting come to life, 'The Fay' has almost no dialog, but relies on lush cinematography, rich production design, and a lyrical score to present a timeless fable about the joy, the power, and the pain of love.
In 12th Century France, in the midst of a a violent medieval battle, a young wounded knight finds himself cared for by a beautiful forest nymph. As their love grows, the knight soon learns that the Fay may have a deeper reason for keeping him forever close to her.
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