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The King

In the early 1400s, the Prince of Wales (Timoth√©e Chalamet) is reluctantly drawn into England‚Äôs battlefields; after taking the throne, he‚Äôs persuaded of the need for war with France. A portrait of Henry V that is inspired by (and borrows parts from) Shakespeare‚Äôs ‚ÄĚHenriad‚ÄĚ, the plays he wrote about the king and his father, Henry IV. The young, deceptively frail-looking Henry, played with a heavy chip on his shoulder by Chalamet, is given a somber, slow-moving treatment, but it is still worthwhile, with a surprisingly amusing Robert Pattinson as the ridiculous Dauphin.

2019-U.S.-Australia. 140 min. Color. Widescreen. Directed by¬†David Mich√īd. Screenplay: Joel Edgerton, David Mich√īd. Cast: Timoth√©e Chalamet (Henry V), Joel Edgerton (Falstaff), Robert Pattinson (The Dauphin), Sean Harris, Lily-Rose Depp, Ben Mendelsohn.

Trivia: Co-produced by the director, Edgerton and Brad Pitt. 



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