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70's to 80's foreign film-I think it was called: The Stone

This was a movie that I saw a portion of back in the mid 80's on either HBO - The movie channel or Cinemax . There were two (English guys)...I think they were English, anyway. There was a black-stone with a white (marking or swirl) upon it. And if the stone was struck/hit one of the men could feel it somehow and would wail in agony. Even though I'm fairly sure that the film was called the stone; I have never even come close to finding anything similar.
asked Jan 7, 2016 in Name That Movie by 80'skidAfterSchool (1 point)
No, I'm sorry,  that's not it. But thanks for trying.  The setting in this preview is in a modern age; the film that I saw looked kind of like it was set in an (old English) location with open fields and wooded areas.
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