Type TV Movie
MPAA Rating PG
Runtime 1hr 33mins.
Genres Romance, Short Film
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
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  • BEST OF: 20 Stunning Soundtracks for 1999
    By: Eric Rosenberg Aug 15, 2001

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  • 'The Limey,' 'Election' Got the Spirit
    By: Jim Bartoo Jul 31, 2001

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Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Jud Taylor Director 2 1
Sheryl Lee Actor 1 1
Sean Patrick Flanery Actor 1 2
Noah Wyle Actor 1 3
Brid Brennan Actor 1 4
Donald Pleasence Actor 1 5
James Faulkner Actor n/a 1 1000006
Constantine Gregory Actor Leodogan 1 1000007
Martin East Actor Gawain 1 1000008
Ben Pullen Actor Kei 1 1000009
Andrius Bobrovas Actor Percival 1 1000010
Kestas Jakstas Actor Yvain 1 1000011
Anton Lesser Actor Envoy 1 1000012
Bruce Lidington Actor Swordsmith 1 1000013
James Greene Actor Bishop 1 1000014
Regina Share Actor Kaethi 1 1000015
Laura Girling Actor Guinevere's Mother 1 1000016
Saulius Sipras Actor Damon 1 1000017
Jonas Pakulis Actor King Stater 1 1000018
Ramunas Abukevicius Actor King Urian 1 1000019
Irena-Marija Leonaviciute Actor Midwife 1 1000020
Eva Dubey Actor Female Student 1 1000021
Ervinas Peteraitis Actor Carpenter 1 1000022
Gediminas Storpirstis Actor Rider 1 1000023
Anaya Vasara Actor Princess 1 1000024
Nanute Juronyte Actor Vivian 1 1000025
Vytas Sapranaukas Actor Leodogan's Aide 1 1000026
Sarunas Puidoks Actor Servant 1 1000027
Ronni Kern Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Persia Woolley Source Material (from novel) from novels 120793 4000002
Gabor Szabo Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Brian Donlan Publicity publicist(Lifetime) 120789 29000001