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Pendragon: Sword of his Father

2008, regia di Chad Burns


Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Burns Family Studios, Filmweavers - Distribuzione: EuroVideo - Fotografia: Ethan Ledden - Montaggio: Nicholas Burns - Costumi: Marilyn Burns - MusicheAaron Burns, Marilyn Burns - Formato: Color - Durata: 117'.

Cast: Aaron Burns, Marilyn Burns, Chad Burns, Cary Annen, Drew Annen, Nathan Ashton, Adrianne Burns, Andrew Burns, Nicholas Burns, Raymond Burns, Erik Dewar, Brian Ervin, Wally Patton, Tim Quinlan, Howard Shepherd, Eric Spyres, David B. Thompson, Rebekah Wixom.




Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - - - - «The story is set in 411 AD, one year after the legions of Rome withdrew from the Isle of Britannia. Pendragon is the story of young Artos who is raised to believe that God has a purpose for his life. After a tragic event resulting in the burning of his village, the death of his father, and the disappearance of his little sister Adria, he is taken into slavery by the Saxons, where Artos begins to question his God. He soon manages to escape from the Saxons and is nursed back to health by a Roman outcast named Ambrosius. When he fully recovers, Artos travels to a Celtic fortress hidden in the Welsh mountains where he becomes a great warrior. Advancing through the military ranks, Artos begins to understand that his father's vision was not based on the strength of man, but on the plan of God. Further events force Artos to decide between following God's plan unto certain death or abandoning God to save himself».

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Conosciuto anche con il titolo: Pendragon - Das Schwert seines Vaters.




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