Queen Margot (1994)
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The night of August 24, 1572, is known as the Massacre of St. Bartholomew. In France a religious war is raging. In order to impose peace a forced wedding is arranged between Margot de Valois, sister of the immature Catholic King Charles IX, and the Hugenot King Henri of Navarre. Catherine of Medici maintains her behind-the-scenes power by ordering assaults, poisonings, and instigations to incest.
Catherine de Médicis, the power behind the Catholic throne of her son Charles IX, arranges an apparently peace-making marriage between her unwilling daughter Margot and the Protestant Henri de Navarre. The wedding soon turns into a massacre of the visiting Protestants and Henri's life is only saved by Margot's intercession. As intrigue, murder and adulterous relationships multiply in the Court a strange but strong loyalty emerges between the apparently ill-matched couple.
A bloody depiction of the lives of the Catholic Queen Margot and her Protestant husband Henri around the time of the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre
Young Queen Margot finds herself trapped in an arranged marriage amidst a religious war between Catholics and Protestants. She hopes to escape with a new lover, but finds herself imprisoned by her powerful and ruthless family.
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