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Johann Friedrich Struensee (Character)
from A Royal Affair (2012)

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A Royal Affair -- The true story of an ordinary man who wins a queen's heart and starts a revolution. Foreign language movie with subtitles
A Royal Affair -- A young queen, who is married to an insane king, falls secretly in love with her physician - and together they start a revolution that changes a nation forever.

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Alternate Names:
Dr. Friedrich Struensee / Dr. Struensee / Friedrich Struensee / Struense


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  1. A Royal Affair (2012) Played by Mads Mikkelsen
    ... aka "En kongelig affære" - Denmark (original title)

  2. King in Shadow (1957) Played by O.W. Fischer (as Friedrich Struensee)
    ... aka "Herrscher ohne Krone" - West Germany (original title)

  3. Loves of a Dictator (1935) Played by Clive Brook (as Dr. Friedrich Struensee)
    ... aka "The Dictator" - UK (original title)

  4. Die Liebe einer Königin (1923) Played by Harry Liedtke

  5. Kærlighed ved Hoffet (1912) Played by Edward Jacobsen (as Struense)

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From A Royal Affair (2012)
Johann Friedrich Struensee: Your majesty.
Caroline Mathilde: You recognized me.
Johann Friedrich Struensee: I would recognize you blindfolded.
Caroline Mathilde: But your costume is not very imaginative.
Johann Friedrich Struensee: I'm afraid I'm not very good at the masquerade.
Caroline Mathilde: I believe this is the one night when everyone can be themselves.
Caroline Mathilde: But you never remove your mask. Do you?
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