Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Film / LouisTheChildKing

Go To



* FleurDeLis: The symbol of French royalty, which is naturally featured prominently on banners and royal regalia.

to:

* FleurDeLis: The symbol of French royalty, which is naturally featured prominently on banners and royal regalia.


* FleurDeLis: The symbol of French royalty, which is featured prominently on banners and royal regalia.

to:

* FleurDeLis: The symbol of French royalty, which is naturally featured prominently on banners and royal regalia.


* BreakingTheFourthWall: As soon as the film starts, the young Duke of Anjou Philippe d'Orléans (Jocelyn Quivrin) turns at the camera and talks about his brother Louis. He keeps doing this over the course of the film.


Added DiffLines:

* FourthWallObserver: As soon as the film starts, the young Duke of Anjou Philippe d'Orléans (Jocelyn Quivrin) turns at the camera and talks about his brother Louis. He keeps doing this over the course of the film.


* AnachronismStew: The Lully music pieces used in the film were composed well into Louis XIV's adulthood in the 1670s, not during his childhood.

to:

* AnachronismStew: The Lully music pieces used in the film were composed well into Louis XIV's adulthood in the 1660s and 1670s, not during his childhood.


* BreakingTheFourthWall: As soon as the film starts, the young Duke of Anjou Philippe d'Orléans (Jocelyn Quivrin) tells the viewer about his brother Louis. He keeps doing this over the course of the film.

to:

* BreakingTheFourthWall: As soon as the film starts, the young Duke of Anjou Philippe d'Orléans (Jocelyn Quivrin) tells turns at the viewer camera and talks about his brother Louis. He keeps doing this over the course of the film.


* AnachronismStew: The Lully music pieces used in the film were composed well into Louis XIV's adulthood, not during his childhood.

to:

* AnachronismStew: The Lully music pieces used in the film were composed well into Louis XIV's adulthood, adulthood in the 1670s, not during his childhood.


* ATasteOfTheLash: Philippe d'Orléans is whipped on his naked butt for being too cheeky.
* BaroqueMusic: True to the era the film depicts, the soundtrack is mostly made of this, with compositions of Jean-Baptiste Lully most prominently.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: As soon as the film starts, a young Philippe d'Orléans (Jocelyn Quivrin) tells the viewer about his brother Louis. He keeps doing this over the course of the film.

to:

* ATasteOfTheLash: Philippe d'Orléans is whipped on his naked butt for being too cheeky.
* BaroqueMusic: True to the era
AnachronismStew: The Lully music pieces used in the film depicts, the soundtrack is mostly made of this, with compositions of Jean-Baptiste Lully most prominently.were composed well into Louis XIV's adulthood, not during his childhood.
* BaroqueMusic: The soundtrack is mostly made of this, with compositions of Jean-Baptiste Lully most prominently.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: As soon as the film starts, a the young Duke of Anjou Philippe d'Orléans (Jocelyn Quivrin) tells the viewer about his brother Louis. He keeps doing this over the course of the film.


Added DiffLines:

* ATasteOfTheLash: Philippe d'Orléans is whipped on his naked butt for being too cheeky.


* ATasteOfTheLash: Philippe d'Orléans is whipped on his naked butt for being too mouthy.

to:

* ATasteOfTheLash: Philippe d'Orléans is whipped on his naked butt for being too mouthy.cheeky.



* WarIsHell: Louis is forced to watch the bodies of the men who died fighting against the Fronde for him.

to:

* WarIsHell: Louis is forced to watch the bodies of the men who died fighting against the Fronde for him.him to make a point about the sacrifices needed to secure royal power and order.


It chronicles the youth of King UsefulNotes/LouisXIV (played by Maxime Mansion), when he was just above eleven years old and had to learn to become a king amidst the Fronde civil wars in 1649.

to:

It chronicles the youth of King UsefulNotes/LouisXIV (played by Maxime Mansion), when he was just above eleven years old and had to learn to become a king amidst the Fronde civil wars in 1649.the late 1640s - early 1650s.


* WarIsHell: Louis is forced to watch the bodies of the men who died for him.

to:

* WarIsHell: Louis is forced to watch the bodies of the men who died fighting against the Fronde for him.


* BaroqueMusic: True to the era the film depicts, the soundtrack is mostly made of this, with compositions of Jean-Baptiste Lully most prominently.



* FleurDeLis: The symbol of French royalty, which is featured prominently on banner and royal regalia.

to:

* FleurDeLis: The symbol of French royalty, which is featured prominently on banner banners and royal regalia.

Added DiffLines:

* ATasteOfTheLash: Philippe d'Orléans is whipped on his naked butt for being too mouthy.


Added DiffLines:

* WarIsHell: Louis is forced to watch the bodies of the men who died for him.


It chronicles the youth of King UsefulNotes/LouisXIV (played by Maxime Mansion), when he was just above eleven years old and had to learn to become a king amidst the Fronde {{civil war}}s in 1649.

to:

It chronicles the youth of King UsefulNotes/LouisXIV (played by Maxime Mansion), when he was just above eleven years old and had to learn to become a king amidst the Fronde {{civil war}}s civil wars in 1649.


Added DiffLines:

* CivilWar: The [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fronde Fronde era]].


It chronicles the youth of King UsefulNotes/LouisXIV (played by Maxime Mansion), when he was just above 10 years old and had to learn to become a king amidst the Fronde {{civil war}}s.

to:

It chronicles the youth of King UsefulNotes/LouisXIV (played by Maxime Mansion), when he was just above 10 eleven years old and had to learn to become a king amidst the Fronde {{civil war}}s.war}}s in 1649.



* AChildShallLeadThem: Louis is just above 10, and must learn how to rule.

to:

* AChildShallLeadThem: Louis is just above 10, eleven, and must learn how to rule.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 23

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report