After her grandad is injured in a car accident, headstrong Isabel and her family join other relatives at the historical family home in Holland. The grandfather starts the teens searching for the legendary sword of the famous D'Artagnan, which for centuries had disappeared. A couple of sickbed clues and the scrap of a map sets the journey in motion. Things begin to add up, but the kids soon discover they are not the only ones who want the sword.Written by
[talking about castle Tienthooren]
The current owner is André Rieu. He is very famous. My dad has all his CD's.
Yes, I know him.
I really know him, he sometimes visits my granddad.
Yes and I know Marco Borsato. Okay?
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This a nice adventure movie for the whole family (except younger ones), on the "Famous Five" style, set in the town of Maastricht and referring to historical events that took place in that town. In facts, it is a pretext to make visit the city and to know some parts of its history and its celebrities.
Children from 8 to 15 will like it. The story is not very complicated but uses flashbacks; Only children with sufficient maturity (7-8 years) will be able to follow it.
The actors are not known stars but the quality of their play and the dynamic division of the script are sufficient to captivate the audience.
A fun and entertaining family time.
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