Monday, May 11, 2015
The Legend of Longwood
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Join the fun on June 4th from SHOUT! FACTORY. This is a great family movie. I was excited that we were able to receive a copy so we could have a family night and watch this movie. When I first watched the trailer of this movie I was captured and was intrigued to view this film. Here is a little background about the movie.
Los Angeles, CA – A beautiful new film out of Ireland, The Legend of Longwood, is coming to DVD on June 4 from Shout! Factory, following its appearance at several film festivals in early 2015. An adventure for all ages, the release includes a fascinating behind-the-scenes featurette as a bonus feature.
Crumbling castles, mysterious riddles, frightening spirits, beautiful horses and a plucky, fearless heroine - director Lisa Mulcahy has lovingly burnished the most beloved coming-of-age elements in this "quest" film, set in the starkly beautiful landscapes of rural Ireland, set to music from Brave composer Patrick Neil Doyle.
The film stars Lucy Morton as Mickey Miller, a thoroughly modern 12-year-old American girl whose great love is horses. Not surprisingly, she has little enthusiasm for her mother’s plan to take Mickey and her little brother to start a new life in a run-down mill she has inherited in Longwood, a windswept Irish town at the end of the world. Mickey’s presence in Longwood coincides with the return of the Black Knight, a legendary ruler who found no peace after his baby daughter was taken from him, and whose appearances always mean that something evil is going to happen to the villagers. Mickey hears and sees things that others can’t, and forms an immediate bond with Silver, the proudest, haughtiest, most untamable horse in the stalls of a nearby castle. Realizing that she is directly linked to the story of the Black Knight, Mickey and her new friend Sean set out to redeem the knight so as to bring lasting peace to Longwood. But first she must save the lives of seven horses and thwart the evil plans of a greedy, ambitious woman – a mighty handful even for the bravest girl!
Overall this movie was very cleaver and kept our home family entertained. Although I would recommend this movie for children over 12. My son enjoyed it although my daughter played with her toy during it. I really enjoyed the mystery of the movie. I am not into violence and mystery movies for adults. This was a nice change of pace and a great movie to watch with the family!!
You can find this movie at your local retailer on June 7th