Waterford Film For All presents: The Three Musketeers: Milady

Tue 21st May
7:30pm
Garter Lane Arts Centre
€9 (€7.50 concessions)
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The Three Musketeers: Milady is an action-adventure film follow up to The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan in the two-part epic saga.

Directed by Martin Bourboulon The Three Musketeers: Milady is a film adaptation that offers a captivating reinterpretation of Alexandre Dumas’ timeless tale, focusing on the enigmatic character of Milady de Winter, played by Eva Green.

Set against the backdrop of 17th-century France, the film delves deep into Milady’s past, unravelling the layers of her complex persona. Through a series of flashbacks and present-day encounters, viewers are taken on a journey through Milady’s tumultuous life, from her humble beginnings to her ascent as a formidable force in the world of politics and espionage.

The narrative explores Milady’s motivations and inner conflicts, shedding light on the events that shaped her into the cunning and manipulative figure she is known to be. As she navigates a treacherous landscape filled with intrigue, romance and betrayal, Milady crosses paths with the iconic Three Musketeers, adding a new dimension to their legendary tale.

D’Artagnan (François Civil) is forced to join forces with Milady to save Constance, who was kidnapped before his eyes. But as war is declared and Athos (Vincent Cassel), Porthos (Pio Marmaï) and Aramis (Romain Duris) have already joined the front, a secret from the past shatters old alliances.

The film weaves together elements of action, drama and suspense, keeping audiences on the edge of their seats as they uncover the secrets that lie beneath Milady’s facade. Through stellar performances and masterful storytelling, The Three Musketeers: Milady offers a fresh and compelling perspective on a classic story, inviting viewers to reconsider their perceptions of one of literature’s most intriguing characters.

Reviews
★ ★ ★ ★ “this follow-up is even more enjoyable, its appeal boosted by Milady slinking on to centre stage”
Wendy Ide, The Guardian

★ ★ ★ ★ “Excels as a historical epic adventure”
Annabel Smith, The Indiependent

 

Tue 21st May
7:30pm
Garter Lane Arts Centre
€9 (€7.50 concessions)
Buy Tickets
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