The power struggles and wars between the Frisian Redbad and his sworn enemy Pepin of Herstal, Lord of the Franks.

Director:

Roel Reiné

Writer:

Alex van Galen (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gijs Naber ... Redbad
Lisa Smit ... Fenne
Huub Stapel ... Aldigisl
Derek de Lint ... Eibert
Aus Greidanus Aus Greidanus ... Odulf (as Aus Greidanus sr.)
Peter Faber Peter Faber ... Sibod
Marieke Heebink Marieke Heebink ... Alemke
Sierd Jan van der Meulen Sierd Jan van der Meulen ... Baby Poppo
Mike Weerts Mike Weerts ... Scout
Jack Wouterse ... Willibrord
Tibo Vandenborre ... Charles Martel
Daphne Wellens Daphne Wellens ... Trude
Pieter Embrechts ... General Focard
Søren Malling ... Wiglek
Morten Rose Morten Rose ... Gund
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Storyline

700 AD. Northern Europe is divided into two worlds: the Frisians, Saxons and Danes live above the rivers, below the rivers live the Franks. They want to achieve what even the Romans did not succeed: conquer all of Europe. They put in a new weapon to enslave the Gentiles: Christianity. They target Europe's main trading center, where the Frisian king Aldigisl rules. Written by ahmetkozan

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The road to freedom is paved in blood.


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The costumes worn by the Frankish soldiers are the same costumes used for the Frankish soldiers in the TV-series Vikings (2013). Redbad's costume had also been used in the show for the character jarl Borg. See more »

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While now in the center of the Netherlands, Dorestad was much closer to the North Sea coast in the era of the film, and was subject to both seasonal flooding from the Rhine river system, as well as potential catastrophic marine inundation from the west over the vast tidal salt flats to the west. See more »

Alternate Versions

In January 2019 the movie aired on TV in the Netherlands as a four part mini-series. See more »

Connections

Edited into The Legend of Redbad (2019) See more »

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21 July 2020 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

Its basic din is only be another vikings film. All is familiar, predictable and, as Christian, your faith has not the best image. But , sure, the recipe must be respected and the good fight scenes, the reasonable cinematography and the closet - ups are enough for some interest. It is not a bad film but it has, în obvious way, its precise target. So, decent heroic story, with live drops and few full spoons of justice.


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Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch | English

Release Date:

27 June 2018 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Redbad See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

EUR7,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$482,806
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2.39:1
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