SWORD OF HEARTS - An Elizabethan Adventure
Experience this Swashbuckling Adventure full of Action, Intrigue, Romance and Magic!
"*** (3-Stars/Ro-Men)...Sword of Hearts rates as good Ren Fair theatrics and a pleasant surprise... The swordfights are professionally choreographed, the script is well-written and manages to be historically faithful to the period while still providing plenty of swashbuckling adventure, humor and witty dialogue. The production values, period costumes and locations are all top-notch...and the acting is really quite first rate."
- Dwight Kemper, Videoscope
"Sword of Hearts is played refreshingly straight, with a respect for the material, and ends up delivering a fun little adventure story that will appeal to fans of Errol Flynn and Lucy Lawless alike. ...the movie delivers the lighthearted fun of a good Saturday afternoon adventure. ...worth picking up if you're looking for a good family adventure or a well-made independent film that is free of Sundance channel trappings."
- Christopher Hyatt, Discland.com
"SWORD OF HEARTS is like channeling the classic period piece..., It's right there with the Musketeer flicks, Errol Flynn's best, Rob Roy, Count of Monte Cristo, and PIRATES OF THE CARIBEAN, There I said it (period). 4 rapiers (sounds dirty) out of 5.
- Chris Mackey, Guestar "SPOTLIGHT"
"fairly well-made and its heart is clearly in the right place...the acting is surprisingly decent for such an independent feature, as are the production values... surprisingly convincing as a period piece... Making a movie set in the Elizabethan period with scenes in villages and castles is clearly no small undertaking, and it's rather extraordinary what has been achieved here with such limited means. ...a good SOV tribute to Elizabethan adventures of the past that...deserves recognition as quite an accomplishment."
- John Kostka, MONSTERS AT PLAY.com
Travis Estes, Amy Harmon, Kathrynne Ann Rosen, & Zach Thomas
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