La reine soleil

La reine soleil

Akhesa, lovely Princess 14, is far from imagining that one day reign over Egypt ... When this adventure begins, the impetuous young girl rebels against her father, Pharaoh Akhenaton. She ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

In Ancient Egypt, during the monotheistic regime of Akhenaten, Akhesa is a beautiful princess, 14 years of age. An impetuous young girl, Akhesa rebels against her father's dictats. She refuses to live confined in the royal palace and wants to discover why her mother, Queen Nefertiti, has been exiled on the island of Elephantine. Assisted by her half-brother prince Tutankhaten, or "Tut", Akhesa flees the court in hopes of finding her mother. In defiance of danger the two teenagers travel down the Nile to the burning-hot desert dunes, courageously facing the mercenary Zannanza and priests of Amun Ra, who are conspiring to overthrow the pharaoh because of his rejection of their god. With innocence their only weapon, Akhesa and Tut overcome many hardships, and encounter an extraordinary destiny. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jim T (kr) wrote: Delightful entry in what I think of as the beyond time summer film genre. The family goes to the New England coast to a mythical place, a sort of suburban shangri-la where people can spend whole summers doing nothing and afford it. Given the opportunity, the adults while away the hours drinking, partying and trying to be young rather than actually engaging with their family and enjoying what they have. Our star ventures away and finds real fun, life lessons and new experiences. Well worth a viewing ..

Ilsa L (br) wrote: I bought this DVD on a whim a few days ago and was richly rewarded by my first viewing. Alex D. shines here as Mikey and Rachael Taylor handles her role as Heidi very well too. I was very pleased to see Angus Sampson in the cast too and he certainly entertains. The story of an adventure that begins after a chance encounter is set against the beatiful backdrop of the orange groves in rural Victoria, Australia.

Nineveh O (ag) wrote: Basically my favorite movie ever, I've seen it AT LEAST 9 times already.

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Jeremy S (ru) wrote: not a great film but a average buddy movie

Haytham K (ca) wrote: Very entertaining mystery western. Great performance by the almost unknown Ida Lupino.

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alex s (ag) wrote: So much potential, what a shame.

David D (mx) wrote: The "artfulness" seems pretty directionless

James H (jp) wrote: Very cheaply made, and the quality of the film is distracting from the movie's effects. Brutally violent at times, as well as disturbing. The acting isn't bad. It lacks excitement and it's uninvolving.

Kameron W (nl) wrote: A great feel good sports story with the right amount of drama, humor, and the true story it was based upon

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