Crusade in Jeans 2006 — aka Crusade: A March Through Time — A Time Travel Movie Trailer

Crusade in Jeans 2006 — aka Crusade: A March Through Time — A Time Travel Movie Trailer

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After using his mother’s newly built time machine, Dolf gets stuck in the year 1212. He ends up in a children’s crusade where he confronts his new friends with modern techniques. However, the Crusade turns out to be even trickier than he first imagined. –lettor

A disgraced European football (read: soccer) player inadvertently winds up in the 13th Century after breaking into his mother’s advanced physicals laboratory and using her experimental time machine to try and correct the mistake that got his team knocked clean out of the competition. It was the final minutes of a decisive game and had Dolf (Joe Flynn) nailed the crucial goal, his team would have had a shot at the title. He only wanted to go back in time a couple of hours, but somehow he overshot his intended time by about eight centuries. Once there, Dolf comes into contact with the plucky Jenne, who’s about to lead 8000 youngsters in the Children’s Crusade. But while Dolf’s 21st Century smarts quickly earn him the role of group leader, he will have to summon both strength and bravery in order to prevent the children from being enslaved by the 13th Century’s most notorious tyrant. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Synopsis: Spoilers?

Dolf Vega, (Joe Flynn) a 15-year-old boy living in Rotterdam, plays a football match in the stadium of Speyer, Germany. His team loses and everybody seems to think that it is Dolf’s fault. He is left utterly frustrated.

Dolf’s mother, Mary Vega (Emily Watson), works in a research center where a time machine has been developed. It allows an object, animal or person to be moved to a specified time in the past and a specified location. It is also possible to move to the present, and to the research center, whatever is on a specified time in the past in a specified exact location of ca. one square meter. Thus a person moving to the past can only return to the present by being at the right time on exactly the right location. The machine is being tested on animals. A special medicine is needed daily to stay alive in the past.

Dolf decides to go back in time one day, and go to Germany, to replay the match. Since he regularly visits his mother at the lab and assists with the work, security guards ((David Prince, Karlijn Krijgsman and Walid Benmbarek) know him, the iris scan authorization check lets him pass, and he knows his mother’s password for the computer system. This enables him to use the time machine without authorization. However, this activation of the system alarms the guards. Dolf manages to make the system work just in time before the guards can stop him, but in the hurry, he accidentally enters the password in the field for the destination date and consequently travels to the year 1212. His destination location is as planned: the location of the present-day stadium, not far from the in 1212 already existing city of Speyer.

Soon after arriving in 1212 he is attacked. Jenne (Stephanie Leonidas), a girl he meets there, saves his life.

He joins the Children’s Crusade, a journey on foot motivated by their Christian faith, of 8,000 children from Germany to Jerusalem to non-violently conquer the city from the Muslim Ayyubid dynasty, with God’s help. The leaders are the teenage boy Nicholas (Robert Timmins) and father Anselmus (Michael Culkin). They first go across the Alps to Genoa, where Nicholas expects the sea to part so that they can walk through the sea to Palestine. However, Anselmus has a secret plan to sell the children as slaves. We see him releasing pigeons to send a message to the traders, and we see him secretly meeting representatives of them.

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