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Arn: The Knight Templar (2007) (Blu-ray) (Region 1 DVD)

Released on 12 October 2010

Featuring: Joakim Natterqvist, Sofia Helin & Stellan Skarsgard

Format: DVD

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In this lavish historical epic - set in the Middle Ages - Arn, the knightly son of a Swedish nobleman, must journey to the Holy Land on horseback as a sentence for falling in love with a forbidden romantic partner, Cecilia, who in turn, is banished to spend the rest of her days in a convent. The harsh voyage carries Arn through the heart of the medieval world and into the core of brutal and bloody Crusades.

Both he and Cecilia must learn to fight to survive, to confront evil and overcome tremendous suffering and misery, guided by the faith that one day they will be reunited. Arn returns home to fight for his love and his life's mission: to unite Sweden into one kingdom.

With an esteemed all-star cast, this epic adventure blends thrilling factual and fictional characters to offer up brave knights, powerful queens and treacherous kings in a tale of war, intrigue, friendship and betrayal.

This is a Blu-Ray DVD made for Blue-laser Format players which produce higher quality picture and sound. It will only play on North American Blu-ray players

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 Great film well worth a watch!!

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It is a nicely made movie and a very short version of the trilogy, containing the majority of the important events from the books.
I thought it was well filmed, tastefully done and the characters were both memorable and real. Very well acted. I could see that some money had been spent on both the film and the actors - well worth the watch for a new version of an old history lesson.
Just as if you think the film is going to end, it brings on a whole new light, and extends it further into more depth. It was well put together and overall it was brilliant.
Well worth a watch.
Recommend 4/5!!

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ActorsJoakim Natterqvist, Sofia Helin, Stellan Skarsgard, Lars Mikkelsen, Steven Waddington, Milind Soman, Simon Callow, Vincent Perez, Bibi Andersson, Michael Nyqvist, Fanny Risberg, Jakob Cedergren, Nicholas Boulton, Frank Sieckel & Alex Wyndham
DirectorPeter Flinth
ScreenWidescreen 2.35:1
Duration2 hours and 13 minutes (approx)