The year is 1173. England and France are at war. The destiny of the two great powers has never been so intertwined. As King Henry's wife, Queen Eleanor, is captured and imprisoned by the king himself, Richard and his brothers lead the fight against their father in a heartless war. Allegiances shift with each victory or defeat as the destinies of England and France keep swaying in a delicate balance.
It is clear that this title received little funding, but given that it has some pretty good sets, locations, weapons, costumes and sound design.
The actors are amateurs, and whilst there are some terrible performances (including a few bad attempts at the French accent) many of the actors are pretty good, and the camera work is well framed on the actors and their motions.
There clearly is a plot although I couldn't tell you what it was.
As far as films go this is an amateur production, but as far a amateur films go this is a pretty good effort.
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