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A hollow crown

Posted by Paul on 15 Jul 2012, 11:30

Anyone seen any of this? Is it worth getting on DVD? (when it comes out)

A bit of the film must be in mirror image..the Archers (30 seconds ) all seem to be left handed.
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Posted by Peter on 15 Jul 2012, 11:50

Paul wrote:A bit of the film must be in mirror image..the Archers (30 seconds ) all seem to be left handed.

It's normal Paul, it's English, they even drive on the wrong way of the road :tongue:

Never heard of it but it looks good ;-)
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Posted by Paul on 15 Jul 2012, 11:52

Peter wrote:It's normal Paul, it's English, they even drive on the wrong way of the road :tongue:

Never heard of it but it looks good ;-)

It´s new..they´ve made it to come out during the olympics (so the population of the Uk has something to watch while the event falls apart :mrgreen: )
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Posted by Duke atreides on 15 Jul 2012, 12:41

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Posted by Cameronian on 16 Jul 2012, 09:39

Final 'episode' shown next weekend, the title is generic, what it is is a movie-type making of:

Richard II
Henry IV Part 1
Henry IV Part 2
Henry V

If you want a lesson in the technical aspects of medieval warfare you've come to the wrong place, also the CGI doesn't come up to 'Lord of the Rings'. If on the other hand you appreciate the works of Shakespeare and watching superb actors at the top of their game, then this is the right place. Don't look for a re-fight of Agincourt in Henry V, it ain't in it, Shakespeare didn't put it in. Bit tricky to stage in a small primitive theatre.

I say, sit back and enjoy!
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