Director- Chad Burns
Produced by- Andrew Burns, Raymond Burns
Rated- Not Rated
If you hear two homeschooling families are making a movie, you may not be interested to watch it. This movie will change your mind! Set in post-Roman Britain, this is the tale of a young man, Artos (Aaron Burns) son of a Roman commander. When his father is killed, he must fight against the devastating barbarians, for his fathers vision of a free Britain.
Although the acting could have been better in a few parts, the story and amazing score make up for it. And when you watch it with the knowledge that two families of homeschooling cousins made it, you'll be impressed. There is nothing inappropriate or questionable in the film. In the film, you can tell the main character likes the girl, but there is no kissing or romantic scenes. The fighting is neither bloody nor overly violent. It is a great family friendly film. The costumes and armor were mostly hand made?! They look amazing! A powerful film full of vision. Recommended!