Mary Queen of Scots (review)

Mary Queen of Scots (review)
Mary Queen of Scots (review)
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The titular queen returns to Scotland to claim her rightful crown, but conflict from her cousin Elizabeth in London forms the basis for this drama. There’s also an element of feminism, as both women battle the misogynist attitudes of their court. The narrative sometimes seems confusing, but the basic plot was discernible (and not all that complex). Those who like historical dramas will enjoy the fine performances and period trappings, although there are some liberties taken with accuracy, including color-blind casting and a gay relationship. (Criterion Cinemas only, where they’re showing a teaser for the Downton Abbey movie.)

 

(3 / 5)

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