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Babes with Blades (2018)

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On the dark streets of Draiga, a mining colony occupied by the Visray Empire, lives Azura, the last of a fearsome warrior race known as the Sarnians. After witnessing her once beautiful ... See full summary »

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Cecily Fay

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Cecily Fay
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cecily Fay Cecily Fay ... Azura
Joelle Simpson Joelle Simpson ... Section Commander Sorrentine
Cheryl Burniston Cheryl Burniston ... Viridian
Lauren Okadigbo ... Dahlia
Yennis Cheung ... Amber
Michael Collin Michael Collin ... Kewan
Daniel Everitt-Lock ... Peltarion
John Robb John Robb ... Sef
Brendan Carr Brendan Carr ... Brook
Sam Gannon Sam Gannon ... Gully
Gillian Collin Gillian Collin ... Ibu
Jo Marriott ... Andromeda
Heather McLean Heather McLean ... Freya
Jason Beeston ... Vash
Dave Hyett Dave Hyett ... Thaddus
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On the dark streets of Draiga, a mining colony occupied by the Visray Empire, lives Azura, the last of a fearsome warrior race known as the Sarnians. After witnessing her once beautiful home world turn into a lifeless husk, Azura must fight to the death in the gladiatorial ring to stay alive. Meanwhile, a group of human freedom fighters form a resistance, seeking to try and protect their families from the oppressive and cruel rule of the Visray Section Commander Sorrentine. Unbeknownst to Azura, the fate of all humans on Draiga is about to rest in her hands. Can she survive long enough to save her colony? Written by Breaking Glass Pictures

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UK

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English

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2 January 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Babes with Blades: Flower of Sarnia See more »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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All actresses perform all their own stunts in the film. No stunt doubles were used. See more »

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A very poor vanity project
8 February 2019 | by mjsregSee all my reviews

Where to start.

OK - so - I wasn't expecting too much of this film apart from being watchable - but it wasn't even that.

Just about every aspect of this is AWFUL! I appreciate there wasn't much of a budget, but that is no excuse for the lack of attention to detail or making good use of what you do have. The lighting was awful (which was obviously there because it seems the concept of diffusing light to create atmosphere had gone over the head of the production team) as was the rest of the technical side.

This film has the atmosphere of a bad 1980s VHS corporate training video.

Then there is the 'action'. Bad. It has more in common with watching kids in a play ground than a professionally choreographed stunt team and the camera angles certainly didn't help.

It is like NO thought has gone in to producing something that is actually watchable - let alone engaging for the viewer.

All in all one to watch unless you are in the mood for some seriously bad cheese.


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