She has to abbreviate her bath, and hastily dress in her mini blue tunic, because she hears her sister Morwenna's Merrilees Fay, actually Cecily Fay's sister shrilly scream for help. The girl does a somersault so that he runs through his comrade with his sword, and Boudiccu falls seated on the second attacker's shoulders, breaking his neck with her hands. Budiccu manages to stay away from the encircling, trapping weapon for a while, but then, she loses her sword, wrenched from her hand by the chain. If you want to watch a good movie, skip this one. Boudiccu takes the arrow off her dead sister's back, and her hand is immediately awash in blood. In a flashback, Tetherin Brendan Carr , with his trade mark biker glasses on his forehead, leads the operation. Boudiccu goes up to where Valexia lies dead, strips the body of the outer cloths and drapes herself in them.
White Arrow has set down her favorite weapon and engages a Female Soldier Katerina Sian Milne? She out-drinks them, and leaves when the tavern has no more than another Tavern Customer Aslom Ullah with a little beard, asleep at the end of the room. Deborah Dutch and her production team aims at the heart with a diverse and abstract style of storytelling that I call Love Power. Then, addressing the girl, You've earned the honor of bearing the sister swords, the Opener and the Dragon Singer. Two powerful female warriors must journey across a post-apocalyptic land to fight a ritual duel, and fulfill an ancient prophecy. The little warrioress Cecily Fay 143 cm certainly knows how to move around and fight. But that'll mean I'll not fulfill the prophecy!.
Albert Cass of J7 Entertainment. Tetherin, laughing maddeningly all the time, seems to run away, only to confront Boudiccu with a complex multi-blade weapon. Both women retake their swords and run after each other through the corridors of this second tower, and then on top of the tower, a sort of circular arena. The film features several odd artistic decisions including the frequent breathy voiceovers and is clearly set up to accommodate a potential sequel, with the effect that the main villain Will Brenton can remain oddly detached from everything else happening in the story. Just in time, as Tetherin has just decided to pay the slaves a visit.
Finvarrah has come with her, and his kiss also convinces Boudiccu to accept their company in the next - and most dangerous - part of the way. And that's what this is all about. Falonex Assassin 2 Diana J. Meanwhile, Silver Rain is trying to cut the ropes that tie her wrists, using the dagger that her sister had thrown into her cell. Morwenna is tackled down and the ruffians gang on her, intent on raping her. Hiding in the bushes, White Arrow waits for an opportunity to strike. Both women dress up for the occasion in long robes, white for White Arrow and red for Boudiccu.
Sometimes you can see the actors are too obviously avoiding hurting one another, but for the most part, it looks good. Dramatic performances are on the good side of hammy. Picking up some trinkets from the ground, she seems to guess how Tetherin rounded up a number of Ragganwold girls and made them slaves Annie Innes, Kathleen Innes, Pam Innes, Hannah Lucas, Lauren Lucas, Linneke Sprinks , then harassed her own sister, Silver Rain Jennie Flader. Jumping in the air with her sword high, Boudiccu throws herself against the heavy metal chains and padlocks of the slaves' cell block. White Arrow has no choice but to shoot her arrows with deadly precision at 2 men. The acting looks bad mostly due to the fact that it's hard to pull off this kind of dialogue without looking silly. A magnifying glass in a box she keeps with her, just in case.
Nevertheless, the filmmakers successfully impose their own infectious energy on the movie, making it palatable to martial arts fans and lovers of indie niche. Synopsis Two powerful female warriors must journey across a post-apocalyptic land to fight a ritual duel, and fulfill an ancient prophecy. There's something I must tell you! They make immediate plans to sell it as gold to someone they can deceive. After a chase through the thick forest, Boudiccu stops, as she sees the horse of the fugitive tied to a tree. It's in my advice to not compare this movie with the common film that's been made. I just managed the first half and spent the rest of the evening staring at the wall and enjoying the relief.
While fighting in most B movies is usually ridiculous, it actually looks real and functional here. Boudiccu is the undisputed winner of the trials, and will be our champion. Obviously the girl has gone inside the building, and they've got to go after her. The two men run away, shouting vain menaces. If it's your purpose as a filmmaker to create a pseudo-medieval action flick with an air of cheesiness on a micro budget, this film ought to be your model. The courageous warrior has to drag herself up the rock escarpment, then she vents her anger in another deep cry to the wind, and finally she returns to bury her sister, digging a burial site with her bare hands.
Sometimes you can see the actors are too obviously avoiding hurting one another, but for the most part, it looks good. Three other women are credited as Raiders, but they don't seem to have taken part in the final edit: Danielle Minns, Nina Silvert, Loveday Holly. If nothing else, I am glad that the movie exists because it provides such an ample platform for lead star Cecily Fay, who is definitely among the top ten unsung film fighters of this decade. Assassin 1 Zara Phythian and Assassin 3 Lora Dunning are the first to attack and are both beaten in hand-to-hand combat. Everyone looks a little too clean for this setting, particularly Cecily in her impractical, Frank Frazetta-inspired costume. After a brief sparring, the female soldier takes one of those devastating high-kicks to her head, and falls aside, further hitting her head on the corner of the wall's parapet - presumably dead by concussion.
The surprise effect is lost, Djhan turns around, holding Boudiccu's foot and making her fall - only to be kicked down herself by a swirling move of Boudiccu's leg. Cameron You have to go into this with low expectations. The whole movie is just an excuse to see Cecily fight, and fortunately there's quite a lot of that in the movie. Djhan is upon her in a moment, and bangs her head on it a couple of times - leaving the Danan girl out cold. When both women join again in a lawn, the last half dozen soldiers die in the midst of more bone breaking, except two who die by the dagger. Finally they have their long-anticipated sword duel to the death.
An airplane of the 1930s lifts up, makes a detour, next flies straight at the camera. A warrioress, a quest, an ancient prophecy, blah, blah. For he too, has a faith: that a New Age has come in which the others' beliefs will not matter. In times of need, one chosen fighter from each village must travel on a quest across treacherous terrain to a sacred circle formed of ancient stones, to fight a ritual sword duel, each armed with a sacred sword. She meets Boudiccu and they have a long sword fight. Boudiccu in a rage delivers two unstoppable kicks to the belly, then a punch and Djhan is knocked out.