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Don Juan and Miguel, Sword Fighting Comedy Renaissance Festival News

THE LOST PRINCESS SPECIAL PRESENTATION

by Steven Davis

Free for children 12 and under, accompanied by an adult
10:00 AM SATURDAY, DEC 10
SCOTTISH RITE TEMPLE
SPONSORED BY LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL BANK

2005, USA , 75 min.
Director/Screenwriter: Duncan Pace
Producers/Screenwriters: Jose Granados, Douglas Kondziolka
Cinematographer: Christopher Gommersal
Cast: Dakota Star Granados, Jose Granados, Douglas Kondziolka
Festivals: Gloria FF (Salt Lake), Stratford on Avon, Eureka Springs

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The warrior is Esmeralda, a princess who has brains, can fight and is pretty, too. The sexy one is Don Juan, a pretty boy laughing at danger. These two Spanish champions, along with Don Juan's sidekick Miguel, dance and joke their way through a swashbuckling, Renaissance adventure, saving the queen's English cousin from the nasty, Teutonic Krankenmal. The story is traditional, the names are funny, the gags are not only silly but clever in this total farce. It might be a children's story, but it brings a lot of laughs for adults as the adventure bashes in and out of every cliché imaginable. Sneaking in to confront the Bad Guy, playing maniacally with toy soldiers, Don Juan and Miguel accept Krankenmal's challenge to bring him the Holy Grail. Soon, they find the great chalice, a tiny goblet, residing at the house of English clowns. Esmeralda seems to be lost, so Don Juan and Miguel break out into a rousing "lost princess" song and dance with the friendly English folk. A blend of Three Stooges and the Three Musketeers on espresso, THE LOST PRINCESS is wholesome fun zinging with grown-up nuances.





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