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Armando Manni

Elvjs & Merilijn

93' - 1998 - Drama, Comedy - Dialogue: Italian, French, Serbo-Croatian, Romanian, Bulgarian
Director: Armando Manni Composer: Aldo De Scalzi, Pivio With: Edyta Olszówka, Goran Navojec, Giorgio Faletti
Elizabeth Tudor was a very modern woman. The daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, she possessed an independent spirit and an iron will. Proclaimed Queen of England in 1558, one of her great achievements was that she lived to die naturally in an age when many of her contemporaries met untimely deaths. She ruled in a male-dominated age and was quick to learn how inevitably and dangerously the forces of betrayal and conspiracy would constantly test her both as a woman and as a monarch. Against this historical backdrop is woven the story of “Elizabeth”, a historical thriller which focuses on her life as a princess and the uncertain beginning of her reign as Queen.

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Credits

Director

Armando Manni

Composer

Aldo De Scalzi, Pivio

With

Edyta Olszówka, Goran Navojec, Giorgio Faletti

Director of Photography

Renato Tafuri

Editor

Ugo De Rossi

Producer

Enzo Porcelli

More information

Dialogue

Italian, French, Serbo-Croatian, Romanian, Bulgarian

Countries of production

Italy

Year

1998

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