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Tristan & Isolde is a Allemand film of genre Drama directed by Kevin Reynolds released in USA on 18 may 2006 with James Franco

Tristan & Isolde (2006)

Tristan & Isolde
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Released in USA 18 may 2006
Length 2h5
Directed by
OriginGerman
Genres Drama,    Action,    Adventure,    Historical,    Romance
Rating67% 3.398973.398973.398973.398973.39897

Tristan & Isolde is a 2006 epic romantic drama film based on the medieval romantic legend of Tristan and Isolde. It was produced by Ridley Scott (who had been working on an adaptation since the mid-seventies) and Tony Scott, directed by Kevin Reynolds and stars James Franco and Sophia Myles, with an original music score composed by Anne Dudley. This was Franchise Pictures' last film before bankruptcy.

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The film is set in Great Britain and Ireland, in the Dark Ages, after the fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th century. Lord Marke of Cornwall (Rufus Sewell) plans to unify the peoples of Britain – Celts, Angles, Saxons and Jutes – under himself as high king to resist Irish domination.

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