Ever After (1998)
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  • Danielle was sold and she managed to free herself from her captor before Prince Henry could find her and do the honors himself

    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      Ever After, directed by Andy Tennant is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for brief language and mild thematic elements. The original release date was July 31, 1998 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Comedy/Drama/Fantasy/Romance and stars Drew Barrymore as Danielle De Barbarac, Anjelica Houston as Baroness Rodmilla De Ghent, Dougray Scott as Prince

      Henry, Patrick Godfrey as Leonardo de Vinci, Megan Dodds as Marguerite De Ghent, Melanie Lynskey as Jacqueline De Ghent and Lee Ingleby as Gustave.

      A remake of the classic fairy tale of Cinderella portrayed in rela life settings.

      Danielle dresses up like a lady of fortune with intentions of getting a friend and fellow servant of hers released after he was sold to another party. Prince Henry happens to come along and spots this fair maiden and an instant bond is form. Unknowing of her true identity, Prince Henry is continuingly led on a wild charade by Danielle until he falls completely head over heels for her.

      Bearing in mind that this is a retelling of the Cinderelly story, the wicked step-mother and step-daughters played their part ...

      • Ever After (1998)
      in the exposure of Danielle to the Prince and Royal family.

      This eventually turned out to work again the step-family, excluding on sister of course…not all of them were as bad in this story…who helped Danielle’s cause.

      Danielle was sold and she managed to free herself from her captor before Prince Henry could find her and do the honors himself. They spoke their minds,

      got their feeling out in the open and moved on in a positive way to a brighter future, one that can only be true in a fairy tale.

      The wicked step-mother and daughter were stripped of their title and sent to do manual labour.

      A happy ending…fairy tale style. A very nice twist to an otherwise classic tale. Well Done! Oh, the scene with the gypsies…PRICELESS!!

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