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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 breath. 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 anything else, a process that enables the determined young queen to assert herself over male domination and to consolidate her rule. This throws the viewer into the compelling world of England’s Monarchy during the middle ages. And simultaneously portrays Elizabeth as A role model to striving young women everywhere. This wonderful and powerful production is aided immeasurably by the photogenic quality of the twelve gothic churches and castles in North England that were used for filming locations. These locations perfectly complemented the chiaroscuro lighting effects. The engulfing soundtrack and the fluid cinematography allows the film to encompass the viewer into the depths of the middle ages. Darkly and effectively lit by cinematographer Remi Aderfarasin and lushly illustrated by production designer John Myhre and costume designer Alexandra Byrne, Elizabeth is a magnificent artwork. Cate Blanchet gives a riveting performance in the film. Blanched not only looks like Elizabeth, but she interprets the part of a determined young lady riddled by the uncertainty of a precarious posit...

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