Set during the days of the Roman Empire. A simple village is raided by Roman troops, and most of the people are whisked off to be slaves or killed. Three women survive and set off to liberate their people. When they arrive at the Roman city, they team up with the local underground to seek vengeance and liberation of the slaves
- Stars:Lana Clarkson, Katt Shea, Frank Zagarino, Dawn Dunlap, Susana Traverso, Victor Bo, Armando Capo, Andrea Barbieri, Tony Middleton, Andrea Scriven, Roberto Catarineu, Matilde Mur, Eddie Pequenino, Patrick Duggan, Lucy Tiller,
- Country:USA, Argentina
- Director:Héctor Olivera,
- Writer:Howard R. Cohen (screenplay)
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(nl) wrote: This movie has an engaging plot that is interesting the whole way through. Your always waiting to see what else they can do with this movie. But sadly this movie is only 60 min. long and it leaves you wanting more. It's not a masterpiece, but it's fun, to the point, and (if your a big movie fan) worht the watch. (You can find this movie online, it's public domain, and can be found and watched for free on the ACM America Movie Classics podcast.) Rating: NR (I would call it PG)
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