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Ever After (1998) Starring: Drew Barrymore as Danielle de Barbarac. Danielle dresses as a noblewoman & goes to court to ransom the servant, where she encounters the Prince again. After the jailer refuses to release the servant, she argues against the injustice and quotes Thomas More's Utopia. Henry is so captivated that he orders the man released and begs for her name, but she evades his pleas and leaves him instead with her mother's name, the Countess Nicole de Lancret.

Ever After (1998) Starring: Drew Barrymore as Danielle de Barbarac. Danielle dresses as a noblewoman & goes to court to ransom the servant, where she encounters the Prince again. After the jailer refuses to release the servant, she argues against the injustice and quotes Thomas More's Utopia. Henry is so captivated that he orders the man released and begs for her name, but she evades his pleas and leaves him instead with her mother's name, the Countess Nicole de Lancret.

Jacqueline (Melanie Lynskey) in "Ever After." I personally thought she should have been the lead (Danielle), to me she looked the most like a Renaissance beauty of all of them.

Jacqueline (Melanie Lynskey) in "Ever After." I personally thought she should have been the lead (Danielle), to me she looked the most like a Renaissance beauty of all of them.

best scene  "I kneel before you not as a prince, but as a man in love... But I would feel like a king if you, Danielle De Barbarac, would be my wife."

best scene "I kneel before you not as a prince, but as a man in love... But I would feel like a king if you, Danielle De Barbarac, would be my wife."

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