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Independant movie (free) : A Long Time Ago in Ilza

“A Long Time Ago in Ilza” is an adventure tale with elements of chivalric romance, set in 13th century Poland.

There has come a dark time of interregnum. The country, torn apart by internal conflicts, has plunged into chaos. The freedom and independence loving Sir Piotr Wasek a rebellious knight, dwelling in Ilza castle, decides to marry the daughter of a Ruthanian Kniazh (or duke). The deal is there to secure a strong alliance for him in the fight against anyone wishing to make him his subject.

The Bishop of Cracow – an old church official, believes him to be a common troublemaker, who ought to be tamed beyond all costs. Piotr was the only one who refused to pay him homage. Sending an army against him did not bring the desired results. And so he decides to act differently. Having found out about the planned wedding, he sends out his entrusted man, who kidnaps the young princess, during her journey. Her place is taken by the Bishop’s secret agent, a ruthless woman, whose quest is to eliminate the young noble. Accident has it, however, that a young knight named Macko, who escorts the princess, survives the attack on the convoy and decides to rescue her from the kidnappers, on his own. Another bloody conflict is about to start.

The film is a completely independent production, created with amateur means, and with a very small budget. Still, it is a feature done on a scale unseen in amateur films before. It was possible, thanks to the unbiased help and passion of many living history society members, and others. The work, from the first shot, to the completion of the post-production lasted for four and a half years.

To download the movie (legaly) get there : http://www.dawnotemuwilzy.pl/download

or :


mirror: http://download.draconia.pl/DTWI_FINAL_16x9_divx.avi

English sub : http://src.dawnotemuwilzy.pl/DTWI_FINAL_16x9_divx.txt

French sub: http://dawnotemuwilzy.pl/fr.zip

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  1. October 19, 2010 at 8:04 PM

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    I really appreciated the quality of costumes, humor, a good moment ! The “sound effects” when a dagger slash on a guy’s face make me laught a lot too ahahah

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