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In that historical story there seems to be more hidden secrets about the troubled life of Mary Stewart's charismatic personality. It is a historical story that has aroused great controversy about the Queen of France at the age of 16 and widows at the age of 18. At that time Mari was defying pressure to marry in France but was considering returning to Scotland again. Already, she returns to her hometown in Scotland to regain her legal throne, but Scotland and England fall under the reign of Elizabeth I. Perhaps there will be more clashes where every young queen looks to her 'sister' in fear and charm, and perhaps there will be competitors in power and love, female rulers in a purely masculine world.
This is a heartfelt, serious-minded film about 16th-century power politics from screenwriter Beau Willimon and director Josie Rourke, theatrically conceived, and influenced by Shekhar Kapur's Elizabeth.