The aging King Henry II has chosen his son Richard to lead England in the coming war against France. To test Richard’s loyalty, honor and skill, Henry sends him to a hellish prison in which the captives must fight a never-ending stream of enemies in order to survive. As Richard overcomes each new challenger, his strength, ingenuity and character are proven, and the legend of Richard the Lionheart is born.
I like it!!
The participation in the cast of the legendary Clockwork Orange’s actor Malcolm McDowell in the part of the King Henry II is to be savored, word for word. Despite all the bad grades that I’ve seen give to the film I realized that people, given the presence of the great actor, thought that the movie was made with a lot of money. I read some interviews with the director Stefano Milla and the reality is quite different, because it seems that the overall budget did not exceed 30k dollars. Knowing this, the director, costume designer and the whole crew have done a miracle.
So, the advice to everyone that in the future will watch the movie: Know that you are about to witness a product of true genius with a ridiculous budget and with a great actor who, despite all these limitations, put the face and believed in the movie. In fact, I have no news of Malcolm McDowell took away from this product. This is the final proof of what I support. So, go Stefano Milla: go go go!