Re: [sig] 1612 review
- So, how did you get a copy?
At 08:20 AM 1/15/2008, you wrote:
>I just viewed my copy last night night. It was very well done and produced.
>There were some glaring inaccuracies (fully winged hussaria, about 80 years
>too soon, a spaniard having a Fabris fencing manual with him), but it was
>enjoyable for what it was - entertainment and not a documentary.
- probably off the net.
--- Paul W Goldschmidt <goldschp@...> wrote:
> So, how did you get a copy?Best Regards,
> -- Paul
> At 08:20 AM 1/15/2008, you wrote:
> >I just viewed my copy last night night. It was very
> well done and produced.
> >There were some glaring inaccuracies (fully winged
> hussaria, about 80 years
> >too soon, a spaniard having a Fabris fencing manual
> with him), but it was
> >enjoyable for what it was - entertainment and not a
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- I know Sir Donnghal, Sir Eduard(current king of Atenveldt), Lord
Kazimir, and I all want to see that movie.
So please tell us how to get a copy
zippy (aka Zhigmun')
- Hello dear gentles,
I have seen 1612 when it became available on the .torrent cites, or
available for download in other words. I have found a copy for download here
- http://www.mininova.org/tor/1010657, sorry, I am not sure if it has
english subtitles. Another way to search for movies for download is to try
google "1612 torrent".
I know mininova is a fairly safe site to download from, and I have gotten a
few movies from there.
Another source I use for russian movies is www.kinozal.tv, the site is in
russian and requires registration.
I love the costumes in 1612, I think $10+ mil they spent on it was quite
worth it. I believe most of polish costumes were made in england, but all
russian and especially "close-up" fighting costumes were made by russian
craftsmen in russia. (Iv heard rumors that same costumes are being used in
filming "Taras Bulba" or aka "zaporozhskaya sech" film, coming out in 2008).
Not going to comment on the story-line, because there isnt one...lots of
"creative historical touches" on my opition.
All in all, I have enjoyed the film, hopefully you will as well.
On Jan 16, 2008 9:31 AM, Ron Roberts <zippydclown@...> wrote:
> I know Sir Donnghal, Sir Eduard(current king of Atenveldt), Lord
> Kazimir, and I all want to see that movie.
> So please tell us how to get a copy
> have fun
> zippy (aka Zhigmun')
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