Joan of Arc (TV Mini-Series 1999)

TV Mini-Series   |  Unrated   |    |  Adventure, Biography, Drama

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Spurred by divine voices and visions, fifteenth century teen Joan d'Arc (Leelee Sobieski) leads French forces against the English.




  • Neil Patrick Harris in Joan of Arc (1999)
  • Neil Patrick Harris in Joan of Arc (1999)
  • Leelee Sobieski in Joan of Arc (1999)
  • Chad Willett in Joan of Arc (1999)
  • Leelee Sobieski and Chad Willett in Joan of Arc (1999)
  • Joan of Arc (1999)

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12 August 2005 | LittleSwallow
| Touching, exciting movie - great
The story of Joan D'Arc has always interested me, because this was a girl who stood by her beliefs till the end, no matter what she was threatened with or who tried to make her doubt them. She had great conviction, and especially in the Middle Ages, where women's roles were passive, the fact that she was able to rise up, lead an army, and defend herself with extreme wit and cleverness from the onslaught of treachery before and during the famous trial, shows just how remarkable this young girl was (19 when she died).

This movie captures brilliantly the cleverness and strength of this brave heroine. Acting was in the most part very good, as one is gripped from the great opening sequence all the way to the end. While there are some unconvincing CGI effects (mainly of Joan's saints), the battle sequences are very believable to watch. One has to note, however, that the writers took quite a few liberties with the script. The viewer has to be careful to not take every event as fact. I won't go into detail, but please read about the history of Joan, as, even though this movie does a great job in showing Joan as a smart, God-loving person, some events in the movie did not happen historically, or else the writers changed them to suit their own goals.

In the end, however, the main point about Joan, is that she was able use her faith, head, and heart to thoroughly aggravate and embarrass those who would have her dead. In the end, she is still the victor. And the movie reflects this.

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