The year is 1660. Loyalties among the people of France are divided between church and state. Cardinal and King – each of whom employs a private arm. The King boasts his Musketeers. But there is one Musketeer who stands apart from the rest. She has her mother’s stunning looks – and here father’s legendary sword. Her father is Jacques D’Artagnan, the most famous Musketeer in all of France, and he has taught his daughter well. With a gift of his extraordinary sword and a letter of introduction to Commander Piriot of the Musketeers, D’Artagnan sends Valentine to Paris to fulfil her dreams. To prove her mettle, Valentine joins forces with the three able sons o the elder Musketeers who rode with her father. Meanwhile, a storey letter that could destroy the King’s reputation has become a tool in a blackmail plot concocted by the seductive and deadly Lady Bolton. The wicked Lady has another surprise as well—Valentine has been framed for murder and imprisoned. Once again, it's all for one and one for all as a mission to save the princess becomes a matter of life and death for the four young Musketeers.
Some of the acting has a panto style. I'm not sure if this is intentional. The princess of Spain in a dialogue within a prison has an accent that fluctuates from Spanish to posh English to Estuary English. The female musketeer is at least consistent with her Essex dialect. The sword fights are pretty lame. If you are expecting period drama / action adventure you will be disappointed. If you have in mind a comic panto / amateur drama you might be laughing heartily.