StudioCanal refused to accept the Fair Use dispute to their original copyright claim and blocked the original video after a few days. Fortunately this was slow enough for the original version to back up on Bitchute, so you can watch it on the link above.
StudioCanal has never refused a copyright claim dispute before, and I can only assume their new belligerence is down Article 13 and other related changes to EU law regarding copyright.
It is fortunate that this review series is eventually finished as this is less likely to impact my future videos (it may interfere with my continuation/addendum to the series however), but this is a worrying development. Bitchute may increasingly be a viable, even necessary alternative and - replacement - for YouTube the way things are going.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this charcoal effect, copyright swerving version, however I recommend you check out the full version on Bitchute.
This video is the 11th in the series of the top 10 "sword fighting" films, in this case restricted loosely to fencing-based movies i.e. not medieval or ancient or Eastern in style. i.e. no. 1 in the top ten!
This is a two-parter - this second half covers the sword fights themselves. Part 1 covered the cinematography, acting etc.