Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Outlaw King" von David Mackenzie: Nachdem es den schottischen Regisseur David Mackenzie mit dem vierfach. Der legendäre Krieger und Staatsmann Robert the Bruce gilt in seinem Land als erbitterter, loyaler Kämpfer. Seine Kameraden und er widersetzen sich England, als die dortigen Machthaber sie regieren wollen. Robert wird daraufhin zum König. Outlaw King (englisch für „Geächteter König“) ist ein britischer Historien- und Actionfilm von David Mackenzie, der am 6. September im Rahmen des.
Outlaw King bei Netflix: Das Leben des Schotten Robert the BruceChris Pine spielt im Netflix-Film "Outlaw King" den schottischen Widerstandskämpfer Robert the Bruce. Ein blutiges Spektakel in "Game of. Netflix hat das Leben des schottischen Rebellen Robert the Bruce verfilmt. In ihrer Opulenz gehört die Geschichte eines Ritters ins. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Outlaw King" von David Mackenzie: Nachdem es den schottischen Regisseur David Mackenzie mit dem vierfach.
The Outlaw King Movies / TV VideoOutlaw King, historical analysis review: CRIMES AGAINST MEDIEVAL REALISM 11/8/ · Outlaw King concludes soon after the Battle of Loudoun Hill, content to treat this victory as a sign of the war’s changing tides (and as a proxy for the better-known Battle of Bannockburn, a Author: Meilan Solly. Outlaw King () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. 6/26/ · Outlaw King is a film about Robert the Bruce, a famous warrior crowned King of Scotland, a historical figure. The film tells of the King’s journey as he wages a war against the English after being forced into exile by England with a Author: Christopher Reyes.
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The following month, the Scots faced off with de Valence once again, this time at Loudoun Hill. As Fiona Watson writes in Robert the Bruce , the newly confident commander ordered three trenches dug at right angles to the road, ensuring that only a limited number of cavalry would be able to reach the Scots ensconced within.
In reality, the fight for independence trundled on for another 21 years, concluding only with the Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton in March Bruce died on June 7, , just one month shy of his 55th birthday.
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Original Music by Louise Burton Original Music by Gavin Easton Original Music by Manus Lunny King Edward promises to return lands to the nobility in exchange for their homage.
After the formalities have ended, Bruce spars with Edward's heir, the Prince of Wales , and the King weds Bruce to his goddaughter, Elizabeth de Burgh.
Lord James Douglas arrives to ask for the restoration of his ancestral lands but is dismissed by Edward, on the basis of the previous Lord Douglas ' treason.
The King and the Prince depart from Scotland, leaving its management to Comyn and Bruce, under the supervision of the Earl of Pembroke, Aymer de Valence.
Elizabeth arrives to marry Bruce. On the wedding night, he respects his reluctant wife's wishes and delays the consummation.
Bruce witnesses Englishmen conscripting his servants to the King's army. Not long after, his father, the Lord of Annandale , passes away, lamenting the loss of his friendship with the King of England, while admitting it may have been a mistake to trust Edward.
Soon after, while delivering taxes to the English in Berwick, Bruce notes how unpopular the English are. There is rioting after the public display of the quartered body of William Wallace , which spurs Bruce to plan another revolt.
He discusses the issue with his family, who agree with him. Bruce tries to persuade John Comyn to join him, but the latter refuses and threatens to inform Edward about the plan.
In a panic, Bruce stabs Comyn to death. The incident compels the clergy of Scotland to offer a pardon to Bruce, bargaining that he supports the Catholic Church in Scotland and he accepts the Crown of Scotland.
Bruce accepts the deal, but King Edward soon hears of it. He declares Bruce an outlaw and, at his son's request, sends the Prince of Wales to crush the uprising, under the dragon banner, symbolizing the abandonment of chivalry and representing King Edward's order that no quarter to be shown to any supporter of Bruce.
Bruce calls a council of the nobles, where most refuse to break their oaths to Edward. Despite the lack of expected support, Bruce heads to Scone , where he is to be crowned.
On the road, he encounters Douglas, who pledges his allegiance if Robert will help Douglas reclaim his birthright.
In Scone, Bruce is crowned king of Scots. The ambitious de Valence decides to move against Bruce before the Prince arrives.
Bruce wishes to avoid bloodshed and challenges de Valence to single combat. De Valence accepts but insists on delaying the duel a day, as it is Sunday.
During the night, at Methven, Bruce finally consummates his marriage, but the English launch a surprise attack. Bruce sends his wife and Marjorie Bruce to safety with his brother Nigel , and stays to fight a losing battle , during which most of the Scottish army is killed.
Bruce escapes with fifty men. The group takes Angus ' advice and flees to Islay. While traveling there, John MacDougall parleys with them.
He is bitter about the murder of his cousin Comyn but allows the army to pass but later attacks Bruce's entourage as they're trying to cross Loch Ryan.
Some of them get away in boats, but they cannot prevent the death of Robert the Bruce's brother Alexander. Prince Edward arrives in Scotland and searches for Bruce at Kildrummy Castle , only to find Bruce's wife, daughter, and brother.
The sadistic prince has his brother hanged and drawn, and has Bruce's daughter and wife taken to England.
Bruce's company meets up with Lord Mackinnon, who refuses to lend them any men. The band presses on with their voyage to Islay anyway; there, they learn of the fall of Kildrummy Castle.
Robin Mahler vom Nachrichtenportal Nau erklärt, Outlaw King sei sichtbar aufwändig gefilmt und Dank breit eingefangener Landschaftsaufnahmen werde gute Werbung für einen Urlaub ins schottische Hochgebirge betrieben.
Allerdings werde die interessante Geschichte der verfeindeten Parteien durch eine mangelhafte Charakterzeichnung und banale Dialoge ausgebremst, so Mahler.
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