A small army of international stars marches through director Steve Boyum and screenwriter Sandra Weintraub's feminist retooling of the Dumas classic.
France, 1660: Despite her mother's misgivings, Valentine D’Artagnan (Susie Amy) is determined to follow in the boot-steps of her father, musketeer D’Artangnan (Michael York, reprising his role in Richard Lester's back-to-back MUSKETEER movies). Though she gets a sexist reception at the martial-training academy, Valentine impresses Captain Paul Mauriac (Nicholas Irons) sufficiently that she's admitted as a student. Impetuous as she is, Valentine had expected to be granted immediate, full-fledged Musketeer status. M...