PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
King Henry II of England comes to terms with his affection for his close friend and confidant Thomas à Becket, who finds his true honor by observing God's divine will rather than the king's.
King Henry II:
Well, Thomas Becket. Are you satisfied? Here I am, stripped, kneeling at your tomb, while those treacherous Saxon monks of yours are getting ready to thrash me. Me - with my delicate skin. I bet you'd never have done the same for me. But - I suppose...
After Becket averts trial and climbs the stairs, he is followed by a baron who draws his sword. Becket is standing with his left side angled towards him, but after the cut to long as he leaves the room, Becket is clearly angled towards him with his right side.
English, Latin, Welsh
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