Barbarian Queen

Synopsis: Set during the days of the Roman Empire. A simple village is raided by Roman troops, and most of the people are whisked off to be slaves or killed. Three women survive and set off to liberate their people. When they arrive at the Roman city, they team up with the local underground to seek vengeance and liberation of the slaves.
Director(s): Héctor Olivera
Production: Concorde Pictures
72 min

And we all left of ours.

- Will be on our way.

- Wait!

If you raise the sword against Arrow,

do you fight for us.

If you can make our journey easier, help us.

We fight only for our own quest.

There is only one who can pass

safely between here and the city.

I'll take you.

When I was a little girl I told my father

I was going out and kill a bear.

Then I saw how big a bear was...

For two week after that,

I didn't leave the village.

We are not little girls anymore.

There are no little girls anymore.

Let's go !

I usually do this alone, on foot.

Bringing messages.

Taramis! Taramis!

-It's a little boy.

-And you drive this away from our

lunch because you saw rebels?

You've got to stop wondering

around out here.

Some day I'll find my parents.

And then I live with them again.

Take care now!

Yes, sir!

Follow me!

My father discovered this catacombes.

There the only safe passage

for rebels into the city.

Go quietly now!

The city gate is just above.


She's made it through again.

I'm fine.

-I think we have to keep you here for a while.

####less, every day.

What they want?

Their people are prisoners.

They want to free them.

They are brave and strong.

We haven't travel all this way

to be turned back.

I can't let you fight.

We'll start a battle we are

not ready to finish.

We honor your cause.

But our battle can't wait.

Come with me !

My father is very careful about everything.

It's just the way he is.

- Here, this is for you.

- Thank you.

No one you know?

- Freedom doesn't matter there.

- Freedom always matters.

One of your people?

Come on, fight! Didn't I say, "fight" ?



Now listen. Gladiator is

the best of any slave.

Now let's see how you like the worst.

- Name!

- Argan!

Remember this, Argan!

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