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Film show: Jude Law is a beleaguered Henry VIII in ‘Firebrand’

By France24
30 March 2024   |   12:35 pm
Karim Aïnouz’s latest film "Firebrand" zooms in on Henry VIII's final wife, Catherine Parr, with Alicia Vikander taking on the regal role. Critic Lisa Nesselson tells us why she enjoyed Law's interpretation of the English king.

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