Also Includes 60 minutes of Special Features: • Introduction by the Director • Deleted Material • Behind the Scenes • About The Vendee • Bloopers • Trailers • Tech Talk • About the Score
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"Public Screening License" . The incredible musical score by Hollywood composer, Kevin Kaska was recorded at the famed Warner Brothers Studios in Los Angeles on Nov. 30. Additional choral recording was done on Dec. 2 at the equally famous, Ocean Way Studios in Santa Monica, CA with a professional choir drawn from several Los Angeles churches. We premiered the film for the cast on January 2nd, the feast of Blessed Laurent Batard, one of the many Priests and Martyrs of the Vendee, some great reviews are coming out, and the DVD is now available for purchase here on our website -
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The story of the Vendee: In 1793, after enduring three and a half years of mounting persecution of the Church by the architects of the French Revolution, a small band of faithful peasants and nobles began a Catholic "counter-revolution". This is the largely unknown story of the valiant, six year struggle of the people of a small section of western France, to restore their Holy Religion and their King. Steeped in the influence of St. Louis de Montfort, and wearing their rosaries and emblems of the Sacred Heart, their sacrifices resulted in countless martyrdoms, and ultimately won the restoration of religious freedom for all of France. This film is a love-letter to the Vendean people, and was produced to honor the memory of these brave men and women who willingly sacrificed their lives, "For God and King!".
This film features stunning performances by an exuberant cast of over 250 young people, and will inspire audiences of all ages with its timeless themes of courage, faith, and love.
A Note to Parents About Content: Although this is a war story, the film is safe for practically all ages. There is no blood, but the battle sequences are energetic, with swords, gunshots, cannon fire, and explosions. The devil is depicted in a few scenes as a dark, hooded figure moving in and out of shadows, and there is some of what would be characterized as "mild menace" where a priest is chased by armed soldiers, and a peasant is confronted by the same - most of these elements are represented in the film's trailer above. There isn't a single instance of profanity, nor a whiff of vulgarity or innuendo anywhere in the film and although it has not been officially rated, I would give it a "G" Rating, but perhaps because of the battle scenes, the MPAA might give it a "PG". Please call or write to us if you have any questions.