History Film / TheOtherBoleynGirl

6th Dec '15 11:23:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor: UsefulNotes/HenryVIII, and UsefulNotes/ElizabethI are shown.
18th Jul '15 6:25:59 PM nombretomado
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* TheHouseOfTudor: UsefulNotes/HenryVIII, and UsefulNotes/ElizabethI are shown.
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* TheHouseOfTudor: UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor: UsefulNotes/HenryVIII, and UsefulNotes/ElizabethI are shown.
25th May '15 10:13:30 AM NOYB
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Also, George was not one of six men other than himself.
* CallingTheOldManOut: Elizabeth Boleyn (nee Howard) calls out both her husband - who receives a rather loud and probably painful slap - and her brother for Anne's fate. She's probably right. Note, the word "probably" should be read as "completely and absolutely most definitely" * CompositeCharacter: George was one of ''six'' other men Anne was accused of having adultery with. The film just has George being accused.
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* CallingTheOldManOut: Elizabeth Boleyn (nee (née Howard) calls out both her husband - who receives a rather loud and probably painful slap - and her brother for Anne's fate. She's probably right. Note, the word "probably" should be read as "completely and absolutely most definitely" * CompositeCharacter: George was one of ''six'' other ''seven'' men Anne was accused of having adultery with. The film just has George being accused.
25th May '15 10:10:43 AM NOYB
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Anne was not a man, so she did not commit adultery with "six other men".
** Anne was accused of having adultery with six other men, including George (whereas the film suggests it was just George). It's widely thought to have been cooked up by Thomas Cromwell out of nothing - not a case of NotWhatItLooksLike thanks to Jane Parker. While she ''did'' testify against her husband in court, she was more likely paid off by Cromwell.
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** Anne was accused of having adultery with six other seven men, including George (whereas the film suggests it was just George). It's widely thought to have been cooked up by Thomas Cromwell out of nothing - not a case of NotWhatItLooksLike thanks to Jane Parker. While she ''did'' testify against her husband in court, she was more likely paid off by Cromwell.
24th Feb '15 12:07:44 PM Cheapsunglasses
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-->'''Catherine of Aragon''': How dare you. You want me to creed away and become a nun? Well I shall not. You want me to lie before God and admit my first marriage was consummated? Well it was not. You want me to retire and [[MamaBear give up my daughter's claim as sole rightful heir to the throne?]] Well I shall not. Not in a thousand years. Not if you wrack me to within an inch of my life. I am Catherine, Queen of England! The King's one true wife and mother of the heir to the throne. Beloved of the people, and beloved of a king you have bewitched.
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-->'''Catherine of Aragon''': How dare you. You want me to creed creep away and become a nun? Well I shall not. You want me to lie before God and admit my first marriage was consummated? Well it was not. You want me to retire and [[MamaBear give up my daughter's claim as sole rightful heir to the throne?]] Well I shall not. Not in a thousand years. Not if you wrack me to within an inch of my life. I am Catherine, Queen of England! The King's one true wife and mother of the heir to the throne. Beloved of the people, and beloved of a king you have bewitched.
24th Feb '15 12:06:55 PM Cheapsunglasses
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* BadassBoast: When Catherine of Aragon is being brought to court, she confronts the Boleyn sisters over their betrayal. Anne mocks her, calling Catherine infertile and unworthy of being Henry's wife. Catherine's response? -->'''Catherine of Aragon''': How dare you. You want me to creed away and become a nun? Well I shall not. You want me to lie before God and admit my first marriage was consummated? Well it was not. You want me to retire and [[MamaBear give up my daughter's claim as sole rightful heir to the throne?]] Well I shall not. Not in a thousand years. Not if you wrack me to within an inch of my life. I am Catherine, Queen of England! The King's one true wife and mother of the heir to the throne. Beloved of the people, and beloved of a king you have bewitched. ** The entire time, Catherine [[TranquilFury never raises her voice]], and by the end of it, Anne is cowering before her.
23rd Jan '15 1:19:14 PM JamesSwann
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* CallingTheOldManOut: Elizabeth Boleyn (nee Howard) calls out both her husband - who receives a rather loud and probably painful slap - and her brother for Anne's fate. She's probably right.
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* CallingTheOldManOut: Elizabeth Boleyn (nee Howard) calls out both her husband - who receives a rather loud and probably painful slap - and her brother for Anne's fate. She's probably right. Note, the word "probably" should be read as "completely and absolutely most definitely"
23rd Jan '15 1:15:41 PM JamesSwann
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* CallingTheOldManOut: Elizabeth Boleyn (nee Howard) calls out both her husband - who receives a rather loud and probably painful slap - and her brother for Anne's fate. She's probably right.
10th Jan '15 12:45:31 PM blueranger
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* AdaptationalSexuality: George Boleyn is imagined as AmbiguouslyGay, given HoYay with some male courtiers and his wife remarking "you never lie with me". The real George Boleyn was a notorious womaniser.

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** Anne was accused of having adultery with six other men, including George (whereas the film suggests it was just George). It's widely thought to have been cooked up by Thomas Cromwell out of nothing - not a case of NotWhatItLooksLike thanks to Jane Parker. While she ''did'' testify against her husband in court, she was more likely paid off by Cromwell.

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* CompositeCharacter: George was one of ''six'' other men Anne was accused of having adultery with. The film just has George being accused.

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* LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine: Mary is the light and Anne is the dark.
22nd Dec '14 5:31:32 PM Morgenthaler
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Trope was cut.
* RapeIsLove: Anne tells Henry he cannot have her until he makes her Queen. Eventually this leads to him taking advantage of her, and then in the next scene they get married.
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