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King Henry V of England is insulted by the King of France. As a result, he leads his army into battle against France. Along the way, the young king must struggle with the sinking morale of his troops and his own inner doubts. The war culminates at the bloody Battle of Agincourt.
In the midst of the Hundred Years War, the young King Henry V of England embarks on the conquest of France in 1415.
Henry V is the sort of Shakespeare play that makes modern scholars cringe; it's so obviously a flag-waving, pro-war, stick-it-to-the-French story of motiveless conquest, right? Or is it? Shakespeare takes pains to bring out the flaws in Henry's character, and the early scenes make it pretty clear that his claim to France is a stretch. Still, Henry V is often interpreted as a piece of propaganda, and if you stick to that reading you'll probably be annoyed by this very faithful film. The St. Crispin's day speech is still supposed to rally the audience, even if we're not entirely "on board" with what Henry is doing. Will cynical, post-Vietnam audiences cheer along with the troops or shake their heads in dismay? <br/><br/>Putting these Really Big Issues aside, there's no denying that this is a masterful film. Great acting from all concerned, especially Jacobi (very cool as a chorus in modern dress) and Scofeld (always a top actor). The battle scene is quite exciting, with copious quantities of flying mud and arrows thudding into the earth. Branaugh's major embellishment to the original play - a long tracking shot of the battlefield, accompanied by Patrick Doyle's lovely music - really hammers home the horrors of battle, and takes the edge off the film's otherwise gung-ho attitude to war.<br/><br/>This is about the best that you can do with Henry V these days; a problematic play has somehow been transformed into a movie that everyone likes, despite iffy politics. An impressive achievement.
Apparently many compared this directorial debut film to the debut of Lord Sir Laurence Olivier's version, 45 years earlier, but it is a good William Shakespeare adaption. BAFTA winning (and nominated), and twice Oscar nominated actor-director Kenneth Branagh (also made screenplay) as Henry V is insulted by the King of France, and he decides to lead an army into Battle with France. Along the way he has to deal with sinking morale with all the troops, and his own inner doubt. The war climaxes at the great bloody Battle of Agincourt. With a great British cast, Sir Derek Jacobi as Chorus, Brian Blessed as Exeter, Sir Ian Holm as Captain Fluellen, Paul Scofield as French King Charles VI, Emma Thompson as French Katherine (I think her scenes were necessary), Marple's Geraldine McEwan as Alice, young Christian Bale as Falstaff's Boy, Richard Briers as Bardolph, Robbie Coltrane as Sir John Falstaff and Dame Judi Dench as Mistress Quickly. I admit I did trail off with some of the dialogue before the battle, but you have to remember it is Shakespeare, the battle however is the crucial part. It won the Oscar for Best Costume Design, and it was nominated the BAFTAs for Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design and Best Sound. Very good!
What works best in the film is the over-all vision. Branagh is able to see himself as a king, and so we can see him as one.
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