Joan Of Arc

Release Date: 25 October 2010 | Certificate: Suitable for 12 years and over
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This four-hour television miniseries version of Joan's story is lavishly produced with a star-studded cast. In a tiny village during the Hundred Years' War, teenager Joan d'Arc (Leelee Sobieski) has been raised by her parents, flinty Peter (Powers Boothe) and Isabelle (Jacqueline Bisset), amidst the wreckage continually wrought by British incursions into the area. A devout girl, Joan experiences visions of St. Catherine, which lead her to believe that she may be the "Maid of Orleans," a mythical figure who will lead France to victory over its enemies. Counseled by local priest Father Monet (Robert Loggia), Joan pursues her destiny in spite of her father's wishes. At first supported only by lowly commoners, Joan comes to the attention of the Dauphin, King Charles (Neil Patrick Harris). Together with his scheming advisor Bishop Cauchon (Emmy-winner Peter O'Toole), Charles uses Joan to unite his quarreling factions. Skeptical but superstitious, Charles' generals, including La Hire (Peter Strauss) are eventually won over by Joan's startling victories. But awaiting Joan is a disastrous Parisian campaign and Charles' betrayal.
Release Date: 25 October 2010
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Sound: Dolby Digital\Dolby Stereo
Running Time: 183 minutes
Production Year: 1999
Main Language: English

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