La Femme Musketeer

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Overview

The legend of Jacques D'Artagnan (Michael York) gets a gender-bending update in this swashbuckling adventure from stuntman-turned-director Steve Boyum. Though legendary swordsman Jacques D'Artagnan's best days may be well behind him, he has schooled his daughter Valentine (Susie Amy) well in the way of the sword. Now it's time for Valentine to strike out on her own. With her father's sword and a letter of introduction to Commander Flint (Roy Dotrice), the eager young novice sets out to seek her fortune in Paris. ...
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Overview

The legend of Jacques D'Artagnan (Michael York) gets a gender-bending update in this swashbuckling adventure from stuntman-turned-director Steve Boyum. Though legendary swordsman Jacques D'Artagnan's best days may be well behind him, he has schooled his daughter Valentine (Susie Amy) well in the way of the sword. Now it's time for Valentine to strike out on her own. With her father's sword and a letter of introduction to Commander Flint (Roy Dotrice), the eager young novice sets out to seek her fortune in Paris. Though a woman has never before been appointed the rank of swordsman, Valentine is determined to prove her worth by taking on a deadly mission to rescue the bride-to-be of King Louis XIV from a band of fearsome kidnappers, teaming with the sons of the legendary musketeers who rode with her father. There's more to the mission than meets the eye, however. After discovering that a mysterious stolen letter which could destroy the reputation of the king rests in the possession of the wicked Lady Bolton (Nastassja Kinski), Valentine is framed for murder and imprisoned by the venomous villain. Now it's more than a rescue mission, and in order to survive, Valentine must trust in the skills of her fellow musketeers to bring back the princess and bring Lady Bolton to justice.
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Special Features

Full frame version; English closed captioning
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/20/2004
  • UPC: 707729126935
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 2:51:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 50,646

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gérard Depardieu Cardinal Mazarin
Michael York D'Artagnan
Nastassja Kinski Lady Bolton
Susie Amy Valentine
John Rhys-Davies Porthos
Christopher Cazenove Athos
Casper Zafer Gaston
Alan Corduner Aramis
Marcus Jean Pirae Villeroi
Roy Dotrice Finot
Nicholas Irons Captain Paul Mauriac
Niko Nicotera Etienne
Freddie Sayers King Louis XIV
Clemency Burton-Hill Marie
Technical Credits
Steve Boyum Director
Craig Bassett Editor
David Connell Cinematographer
Robert Halmi Jr. Executive Producer
Gillian Hawser Casting
Tom Kuhn Producer
Matthew Lessall Casting
Larry Levinson Executive Producer
Mader Score Composer
Fred Weintraub Producer
Sandra Weintraub Screenwriter
Trevor Williams Production Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. In the Year 1660 [15:33]
2. Oh, Mama! [12:36]
3. Duke of Buckingham's Estate [10:39]
4. The King's Musketeers [10:33]
5. The Sun King of France [11:32]
6. Stop It! [8:15]
7. How Does the Church Choose a Saint? [8:05]
8. En Garde! [8:46]
9. One for All and All for One [16:44]
10. Where's Planchet? [13:12]
11. It's Not What You Think [11:01]
12. Beautiful Sword [12:30]
13. We'll Meet You Inside [8:46]
14. I've Waited a Long Time for This [9:46]
15. Loyal to the Crown [10:31]
16. End Credits [2:00]
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hello!

    This movie was awesome. Power to the females! A young girl is trying to make her life better by going against the fact that men are only known as swordfighters. as she leads on a trail w/ 3 young men all sons of her fathers fellow comrades(the musketeers kids of course) they encounter many obstacles including a shakey murder accusation and an evil villian that wishes to destroy a king's reputation. This young woman must right it w/ her friends at all costs. a most wonderful movie! Must watch!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A New Twist on a Old Movie

    This Movie is good. It puts a new FEMALE twist on a old film. Displays the power of a female in the wold of male dominace world and personal thought.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Femme Musketeer

    in this movie its a story about a girl who wants to help save france and parie her name is valentine datenyo it starts out good but then a lady is murdered and valentine is acused of murdered can the musketeers work together and clear her name

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Femme Musketeer

    in this movie its about a young girl and a brave sword fighter who goes to france and paire for a year to save france from an evil person who is trying kill it but then she acused of murdered and plus she runs into her friends and bolton wants the letter that she has can the musketeers work together and clear her name.

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