Elizabeth the Virgin Queen
The movie Elizabeth, the tale of Britain’s “Virgin
Queen,” is an enthralling movie with intriguing effects,
magnificent scenery and spectacular acting. With astonishing
assets such as the deep storyline of a heroine, splendid
cinematography, talented actors , and masterful director
techniques aid the movie to become an outstanding peace of
work that can not be missed. Elizabeth transports the viewer
into the realm of the Monarchy and has them holding their
This epic drama is portrayed as a powerful and meaningful
story. The film shows the rigorous rise of Queen Elizabeth
from her rotten beginnings as Queen Mary’s hated half-sister
to her reign as one of England’s most successful Monarchs.
Elizabeth details a specific political process as much as
Blanched not only looks like Elizabeth, but she interpretsthe part of a determined young lady riddled by theuncertainty of a precarious position, with great precision. This wonderful and powerful production is aidedimmeasurably by the photogenic quality of the twelve gothicchurches and castles in North England that were used forfilming locations. And simultaneously portrays Elizabeth as A role modelto striving young women everywhere. With Geoffrey Rush as the crucial role ofWalsingham he brings sinisterly to the plot and is downright evil. Also Sir RichardAttenboroughs ,a methodical conniver who helps Elizabethconsolidate her power, performance complements Blanchettstremendous performance with equally impressive acting. anything else, a process that enables the determined youngqueen to assert herself over male domination and toconsolidate her rule. Directed by Shekhar Kapur, Elizabeth is a master pieceof film that often combines the poetic rolling hills ofEngland with demented and dark pictures of battle andimprisonment. This throws the viewer into thecompelling world of England8217;s Monarchy during the middleages. It is atop-notch movie highly recommended not just for thebeautiful scenes and impressionable costuming but for thepowerful story it represents and portrays. The supporting cast in this feature is also extremelytalented. She breathes life into the revered historicalfigure, transforming her from an old picture on anencyclopedia page to a flesh-and-blood individual whom anaudience can root for and care about. The film's flowingsimplicity and powerfully engaging momentum makes"Elizabeth" a majestic ode to a unique woman who shaped anera. His camera is always imaginative aswell, for example until she shines forth at the glorious endof the film in all her frontal iconicity, Elizabeth iscontinuously seen through distorting glass and flowingveils. The engulfing soundtrackand the fluid cinematography allows the film to encompassthe viewer into the depths of the middle ages. Otheractors such as John Gielgud as the Pope and Fanny Ardent asMary of Guise also give a wonderful performance in thisfeature.