Gawain was a squire in King Arthur's court when the Green Knight burst in and offered to play a game with a brave knight. No knights stand to defend their king's honor. Except for the valiant Gawain. After being quickly knighted Gawain plays the game, but learns that it's all a trick, and he has lost. But the Green Knight shows mercy, letting Gawain grow a year older before having to face the consequences. Gawain journeys across the land, learning about life, saving damsels, and solving the Green Knight's riddle. Written by
Sean Kilby and Jason Parker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Period costumes in the film were used from the Bristol Old Vic, Royal National Theatre, Berman's and Nathan's, the French Aristide Boyer and the Spanish Cornejo. See more
In the final scene when Linet asks Gawain to touch her cheek before she leaves. The boom mic is visible at the bottom of the frame in the foreground and is hastily retracted as the scene progresses. See more
I forgot to ask one question during my quick initiation into knighthood.
Oh? What's that?
How to relieve myself in this tin suit.