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    In 1554 in England, Henry VIII died, the country was divided, Christians opposed to Protestantism. Mary, eldest daughter of King Henry, an ardent follower of Christianity, became queen. But she had no children. The fear of Christians is the succession of his Protestant brother his half to Marry, Elizabeth.
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  • Actors of "Elizabeth"

  • Characters of "Elizabeth"

    Elizabeth I. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Cate Blanchett
    Sir Francis Walsingham. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Geoffrey Rush
    Duke of Norfolk. Character of Elizabeth
    Lord Robert Dudley. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Joseph Fiennes
    Sir William Cecil. Character of Elizabeth
    Mary of Guise. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Fanny Ardant
    Monsieur de Foix. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Eric Cantona
    Henri III. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Vincent Cassel
    Mary Tudor. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Kathy Burke
    Earl of Arundel. Character of Elizabeth
    Kat Ashley. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Emily Mortimer
    Bishop Gardiner. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Terence Rigby
    Lettice Howard. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Amanda Ryan
    Philip II of Spain. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: George Antoni
    Alvarez De Quadra. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: James Frain
    Earl of Sussex. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Jamie Foreman
    Lady in Waiting. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Sally Grey
    Norfolk's Man. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Matt Andrews
    Lord Howard. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Brendan O'Hea
    John Ballard. Character of Elizabeth
    Played by: Daniel Craig
  • Directors of "Elizabeth"

    Shekhar Kapur. Director of Elizabeth
    Shekhar Kapur
    Birthdate: 6 December 1945, Lahore, Punjab, British India [now Pakistan]
  • Creators of "Elizabeth"

    Michael Hirst. Director of Elizabeth
    Michael Hirst
    Birthdate: 21 September 1952, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, UK
  • Critic Reviews of "Elizabeth"

    Entertainment Weekly
    September 07, 2011

    Without [Blanchett], Kapur's extravagant history lesson (written by Michael Hirst) blurs into dark doings among men in tights.

    July 31, 2008

    "Elizabeth" is superior historical soap opera that shrewdly sidesteps all the cliches of British costume drama with its bold, often modern approach.

    Time Out
    January 26, 2006

    Kapur cunningly confuses gender roles, equates sex with death, and rattles through dark, stony passions with some considerable panache.
    January 01, 2000

    It's almost guaranteed to get a couple of Oscar nominations in the technical categories, and I think Blanchett deserves one, too.

    January 11, 2011

    Cate Blanchett gives a bravura performance in this dark and lurid account, which is done from a contemporary standoint as a conspiracy thriller, emphasizing the violent actions

    Apollo Guide
    September 12, 2007

    Dank interior castle settings create a claustrophobic intensity that underscores the growing sense of paranoia and people's sinister machinations in this battle for England.

    Looking Closer
    December 06, 2004

    More often than not, it's a watchable and thought-provoking history lesson rather than the captivating, revealing, intimate portrait it wants to be.

    November 07, 2002

    Drama of the ascendancy of England's most powerful queen brims with great acting, brilliant direction.

    Cincinnati Enquirer
    October 15, 2002

    Historians will take issue with some of the filmmakers' choices, but fans of juicy historical drama will just hunker down for the feast.

    Boxoffice Magazine
    June 05, 2002

    Blanchett is the shining jewel in an otherwise dull and tarnished crown.

    Cinema em Cena
    May 31, 2002

    √Č como um livro de Hist√≥ria - mas sem a did√°tica que tornou admir√°veis outros exemplares afins produzidos pelo Cinema.

    Boston Phoenix
    March 24, 2002

    Blanchett never curtsies to caricature. Her interpretation is complex, restrained, warmly sensual.

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