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

Get her here !

Come on, lady !

Get her ready!

Bring her here !

Let me help you!

What are you doing ?

Barbarian Queen

The groom ! Prince Argan !

-My friend!

-Many years and good luck! Congratulations!

-Much happiness for you and your bride!


- Well?

- It's a perfect day for your wedding!

- I'll get marry today old man,

even the gods got together and send

down all the fun they can get to hands on.

If he waits any longer for your women,

you will be a grandfather before he is a groom.

She's gone a look so beautiful.

- Tiniara, is my sister outside?

- I think she isn't back yet.

- She went down to the river.

- She thought we will going to run for the flowers.

- I think she just wanna to be helpful to me.

- I'll go find her.

Oh, still make this ropes nice and tight.

Nothing like a virgine to

break a mens morning.

- Maybe someday you'll give me a chance to find out.

- Come on !

Taramis !


- Hear!

- Thanks!

I'll get her, I'll get her!

Excuse me, lady...


Come on!

Kill him!

Faster or cut up your legs, ha?

You move it!

Stay together! Stay together!

Faster, faster, you move!

Come on, slave##


Anyone else?

- Did you find my sister?

- No.

- They left us nothing.

- Today was my wedding day.

And the only thing a have left is


I'm going get it back.

I keep run back to the village

to tell somebody we're leaving.

There is no anybody.

I'm starving.

- I thought they took you.

- One. I killed him. I got his horse, and got all this.

They killed my friend Kantacka.

We're going after them.

But...first we'll eat!

We are not exactly an army, isn't it?

It's a silly. Even fish knows to

avoid swimming near a moving boat.

Maybe we well find out one not

smart enough to know that!

I can't take anymore this.

I can't take this...

I want to see a smile of you.

Smile for me now.

That's more like it.

- Did you hear something?

- Twilight never raped a woman quietly.

I'd better take a look.

Who are you?

Where did you come from?

Same place I came from.


Hei, what is going on?

Oh, my God!

Do you want a fight, ha?


Amethea! She's dead!

I gave her some water!

You did what you could.

-You're in safe now.

-Take me home.

Taramis, there is no more home.

I#######the village, must he knows where we are.

I wanna go home now.

Why don't you just let her rest?

I'm sure she'll be better if she's rest.

Taramis, she's dead !

We have to go home now

before they hurt us.

- I wish there was a home to go to.

- We'll find a new one.

I don't care how many men they are.

I'll be no men's slave and no men's whore.

And if I can't kill them all ###

The God will know I've tried!

How about tomorrow night

we start piking prunes, ...water...

- We've got the food!

- Food, you called that "food" ?

Save a little for the night children.

We have to leave them something.

Or they will eat you while you sleep.

Anytime an animal kills a person,

the God turn the animal into a little child.

- And the child has to run to the forest forever.

- Every night, forever and ever.

They are probably watching you right now.

- The children must be very hungry.

- I leave them my share.

I will, too. Is it safe

to go to sleep now?

It's safe.

Hold there!

Hold where you are!

Don't try it!

Get up your horses!

No one who rides from the kingdom

ride through here.

We ride against to you, fool.

Haven't you not enough sence to find

out who your friends are? Before you try to kill them?

- We did that two days ago.

- And we are all who are left to our village.

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