After her grandad is injured in a car accident, headstrong Isabel and her family join other relatives at the historical family home in Holland. The grandfather starts the teens searching for the legendary sword of the famous D'Artagnan, which for centuries had disappeared. A couple of sickbed clues and the scrap of a map sets the journey in motion. Things begin to add up, but the kids soon discover they are not the only ones who want the sword.Written by
[talking about castle Tienthooren]
The current owner is André Rieu. He is very famous. My dad has all his CD's.
Yes, I know him.
I really know him, he sometimes visits my granddad.
Yes and I know Marco Borsato. Okay?
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Beautiful memory of my youth
This is my first review here although I didn't even really wanna watch this movie. So this story reminded me a lot of my youth which is already about 40 years ago. I grew up in a little village where lots of mysteries were to explore in the woods, near little rivers and so on. We never discovered anything as important or historical as in this movie, still it was adventurous and exciting. So if you kept a little of your childhood and those memories you will like this. It's anyway rare to see a dutch movie, although it's more connected to french history.
My advice: Be a child again for 90 minutes and remember what was important at this stage of your life. Sometimes this gives you more than the adult priorities of running after money and status.
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