King Arthur and the wizard Merlin must unite the Celtic tribes and lead a band of feuding warriors on a quest to stop Balor, a vengeful thief who has been given magical powers by the dark Gods of the underworld.
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The producers originally intended to self-distribute online, but the finished film was of such high quality that it was snapped up by distributors all over the world. It has enjoyed enormously successful releases in the USA, UK, Germany. In total, it has sold to twenty different countries. See more »
A chosen one bestowed with what seems to be an impossible mission is rich fodder for any storyteller. This fertile premise has proved successful many times over and has stood the test of time with unforgettable protagonists such as Moses, Jesus, Anakin Skywalker, Frodo and Harry Potter coming to mind (quite a mixed bag there). And now Arthur and Merlin can be added to this illustrious list thanks to the imagination of Marco Van Belle, et al., and their fresh re-imaging of the Arthur and Merlin story. Production qualities are up there with 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Game of Thrones,' and what they've achieved for new film- makers is commendable. This is a fantasy feature worth watching for any and all ages.
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