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Old 26th November 2022, 02:31 AM
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Mary, Queen Of Scots. 1971.

During the 16th century Mary, Queen Of Scotland engages in conflict with her cousin Queen Elizabeth 1st Of England.

Even though both Queens never met allegedly, but watching Glenda Jackson and Vanessa Redgrave on screen is amazing, both lead stars have their acting skills tested and manage to pull off playing the roles. A young Timothy Dalton plays the selfish Lord Danley decently and his plot to be king is well acted and his death is accurate and not overdone. Ian Holm has a short on screen presence and along with Andrew Keir, Patrick McGoohan plays the brother of Mary and always holds a good screen portrayal.

" I have seen trees that look like tortured souls"
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