The daughter of royalty fights for the future of her kingdom and the heart of the man who has been banished from the land in this independent fantasy drama. D’arc has fallen deeply in love with Cagin, the daughter of the Chrysantian king. Shortly after D’arc bestows Cagin an amulet as a symbol of their undying love, word of his Garlach ancestry spreads throughout the kingdom, and he is banished. When Cagin’s father dies suddenly and the Garlach clan launches a surprise attack, the young princess must wed the new king. Meanwhile, D’arc returns, only to find that their forbidden love could prove the key to saving the Chrysantian people from certain ruin. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi


Cagin of Chrysaint is a feature-length film from Danaelisefilms and Underground Railroad Company, NOW on DVD!

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Praise for Cagin of Chrysaint


“I admired the fact that you were clearly shooting for the moon by doing a period piece in the South! Very impressed! I also understand the limitations of the DIY film making school. I was very interested and impressed by what you’ve done.”

- E. K. Meyers, Filmmaker


“ It is Better than TWILIGHT…  I watched the DVD it as soon as I opened it. Loved it!  #1 Fan!”

 - Gulf Wars XXX Medieval Movie Night Enthusiast, A. Warren, Blogger

 “I thought I would let you know how much Faith and I enjoyed CAGIN OF CHRYSAINT! It was awesome! You did so much with so little! I was very impressed with Carrie Leigh Harris. She was brilliant. I do feel she could make the transition easily to Hollywood! I am no movie critic but this has a lot of substance.”  

C. Stanley, Fan & Blogger


“The movie was great!  Thanks for such a great night.  The boys had a blast. You did an awesome job, and we really enjoyed the film.” 

- L. O’Mary, Fan & Blogger 


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