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29th Sep '15 9:25:36 AM Talisguy
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** Though as indicated under CriticalResearchFailure, that same knowledge can also make the plot HARDER to comprehend, as the chronology's all over the place.
29th Sep '15 9:24:25 AM Talisguy
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** Though as indicated under CriticalResearchFailure, that same knowledge can also make the plot HARDER to comprehend, as the chronology's all over the place.
14th Aug '15 2:40:40 AM Eagal
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** At one point Edward De Vere plucks a red-and-white Tudor rose from a bush and admiring its beauty. There is no such thing as a RealLife Tudor rose; it's a heraldic symbol of the unification of England under UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor after [[UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses the Wars of the Roses.]]

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** At one point Edward De Vere plucks a red-and-white Tudor rose from a bush and admiring admires its beauty. There is no such thing as a RealLife Tudor rose; it's a heraldic symbol of the unification of England under UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor after [[UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses the Wars of the Roses.]]
14th Aug '15 2:40:32 AM Eagal
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* CriticalResearchFailure: Numerous, but one of the more baffling ones involves Edward De Vere plucking a red-and-white Tudor rose from a bush and admiring its beauty. For those unaware, ''there is no such thing as a RealLife Tudor rose''- it's a symbol of the unification of England under UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor after [[UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses the Wars of the Roses.]]

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* CriticalResearchFailure: Numerous, but CriticalResearchFailure:
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one of the more baffling ones involves point Edward De Vere plucking plucks a red-and-white Tudor rose from a bush and admiring its beauty. For those unaware, ''there There is no such thing as a RealLife Tudor rose''- rose; it's a heraldic symbol of the unification of England under UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor after [[UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses the Wars of the Roses.]]
14th Aug '15 2:39:07 AM Eagal
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* RealLifeRelative: Vanessa Redgrave plays the older Elizabeth; the younger Elizabeth is played by Redgrave's daughter, Joely Richardson.
* RealitySubtext: Creator/DerekJacobi (the Narrator) is a very prominent Anti-Stratfordian advocate. He also played the Chorus (i.e. the narrator) in Creator/KennethBranagh's ''Theatre/HenryV''.
14th Aug '15 2:27:47 AM Eagal
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* GeniusBonus: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The film can be pretty hard to understand without some prior knowledge of Shakespeare and his time period, due to the AnachronicOrder of the plot. However, if you ''do'' have that knowledge, [[EnragedByIdiocy the inaccuracies in the film will drive you mad.]]

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* GeniusBonus: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. GeniusBonus: The film can be pretty hard to understand without some prior knowledge of Shakespeare and his time period, due to the AnachronicOrder of the plot. However, if you ''do'' have that knowledge, [[EnragedByIdiocy the inaccuracies in the film will drive you mad.]]plot.
18th Jul '15 6:18:43 PM nombretomado
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* CriticalResearchFailure: Numerous, but one of the more baffling ones involves Edward De Vere plucking a red-and-white Tudor rose from a bush and admiring its beauty. For those unaware, ''there is no such thing as a RealLife Tudor rose''- it's a symbol of the unification of England under TheHouseOfTudor after [[UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses the Wars of the Roses.]]

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* CriticalResearchFailure: Numerous, but one of the more baffling ones involves Edward De Vere plucking a red-and-white Tudor rose from a bush and admiring its beauty. For those unaware, ''there is no such thing as a RealLife Tudor rose''- it's a symbol of the unification of England under TheHouseOfTudor UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfTudor after [[UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses the Wars of the Roses.]]
21st Oct '14 8:08:06 PM Tuckerscreator
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* RealitySubtext: Creator/DerekJacobi (the Narrator) is a very prominent Anti-Stratfordian advocate. He also played the Chorus (i.e. the narrator) in Creator/KennethBranagh's ''HenryV''.

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* RealitySubtext: Creator/DerekJacobi (the Narrator) is a very prominent Anti-Stratfordian advocate. He also played the Chorus (i.e. the narrator) in Creator/KennethBranagh's ''HenryV''.''Theatre/HenryV''.
19th Oct '14 2:09:11 PM Tuckerscreator
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** Creator/WilliamShakespeare was a uncouth, foul, egotiscal buffoon and [[spoiler:murderer of Christopher Marlowe.]]

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** Creator/WilliamShakespeare was a an uncouth, foul, egotiscal buffoon and [[spoiler:murderer of Christopher Marlowe.]]
18th Oct '14 7:11:16 AM MagBas
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* CharacterDerailment: Anyone who's familiar with the historical accounts of WilliamShakespeare, [[TheVirginQueen Queen Elizabeth I]] or ChristopherMarlowe (or any other important figure from the time) will probably [[WallBanger hit their head against the wall]] trying to make sense of their representations in the film.



* RealitySubtext: Creator/DerekJacobi (the Narrator) is a very prominent Anti-Stratfordian advocate. He also played the Chorus (i.e. the narrator) in Creator/KennethBranagh's ''HenryV''.
* WallBanger: Scholars of Shakespeare or Elizabethan England will likely have an aneurysm over the historical and factual inaccuracies within the film.

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* RealitySubtext: Creator/DerekJacobi (the Narrator) is a very prominent Anti-Stratfordian advocate. He also played the Chorus (i.e. the narrator) in Creator/KennethBranagh's ''HenryV''.
* WallBanger: Scholars of Shakespeare or Elizabethan England will likely have an aneurysm over the historical and factual inaccuracies within the film.
''HenryV''.
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