“In Search of the Miracle Sword” ( Italian: Quest For The Mighty Sword ) is an Italian feature film , released in 1990 , but often dated back to 1989 . Adventure film , fairy tale , also the genre of the film can be defined as fantasy . In the film, the adventures of Prince Ator , a popular figure in Italian movie tales , are played out. The film is also known as Ator 4: The Quest for the Miracle Sword, or simply Ator 4.
|In search of a miracle sword|
|Quest For The Mighty Sword|
|Producer||Carlo Maria Cordio|
|In the main|
|Composer||Carlo Maria Cordio|
|Film company||Filmirage |
This film was shot by the famous director Joe D'Amato , who performed here under one of his many pseudonyms: David Hills . The main role of Prince Ator was played by Eric Allan Kramer . It should also be noted and actress Laura Gemser , who played the role of the sorceress Grimilda. You can watch this film for children from 13 years old, but with their parents.
Once upon a time in these lands, God gave for a time his powerful sword to King Akilas, so that he could fairly rule in his kingdom. After some time, God wanted to get his sword back, but it wasn’t there - the king is more likely to lose his life than a miracle sword.
As a result, the ruler’s weapon is lost. Around the same time, the goddess Dejamira, who vouched for the king, was in captivity - she is now an ordinary person, and only a very strong and powerful person can save her and return all her magical powers to her.
Prince Ator is just turning 18 years old, and he receives a miracle sword from the wizard-gnome Grindl. Now Ator must hit the road to save Dejamira and her entourage. On the way to the captive goddess, dragons and other fantastic creatures, hostile to ordinary people, are waiting for him.
- Eric Allan Kramer
- Margaret Lenzie
- Laura Gemser
- Donal O'Brien
- Dina morrow
- Chris Murphy
- Marisa Mell
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