Elizabeth I (2005)

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Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry VIII, reunited a nation divided by religious strife, faced down the Spanish Armada, and, at the end of her 45-year reign, had become one of England's best-loved monarchs. During her time as queen, poets and playwrights wrote about her, artists painted her, composers dedicated their work to her, all contributing to the legend of Gloriana, the Virgin Queen.

Elizabeth I looks beyond the myth, at the woman behind the crown. The woman subjected to a humiliating gynaecological examination when contemplating marriage to a French prince, to ensure she was still able to have children. The woman who ran a country and yet who wasn’t allowed to marry the man she loved. The woman who, in her mid-fifties, conducted a passionate affair with a man half her age, a man whose arrogance led him to mount a desperate challenge for Elizabeth’s throne. For Elizabeth, every personal decision was political.

Aged 46, twenty years into her Protestant reign, Elizabeth is facing two huge challenges: the threat of attack from Catholic Spain, and the vexed problem of who will succeed her. This film gets beneath the opulence and formality of the English court to tell the intimate story of Britain’s most famous queen during her fraught and passionate final years.

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Starring
Helen Mirren
Jeremy Irons
Patrick Malahide
Toby Jones
Hugh Dancy
Barbara Flynn
Ian McDiarmid
Jérémie Covillault
Directed by
Tom Hooper
Music
Robert Lane
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding Dual
Disc
RSDL
(65:19)
Drama 2005 210:28 (Case: 235) 576i (PAL) 1 2 3 4 5 6
Video
Widescreen 1.78:1, 16x9 Enhanced
Audio
English Dolby Digital 2.0 (256Kb/s)
Subtitles
English for the Hearing Impaired
Extras
Menu Animation, Deleted Scenes-Episode 1 & 2, Featurette-Visual Effects
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