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Writers (WGA):
Michael Alexander Miller (written by) and
Ronald Parker (written by)
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Release Date:
16 May 1999 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
A legend. A saint. See more »
Plot:
Joan of Arc is born in 1412 in the village of Domrémy in the war zone of Northern France. During her youth she often witnesses the horrors of war... See more »
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Awards:
Nominated for 4 Golden Globes. Another 6 wins & 19 nominations See more »
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True to Both History & Theology - Some Background See more (91 total) »

Cast

 (Series Cast) (in credits order)

Leelee Sobieski ... Joan D'Arc

Chad Willett ... Jean de Metz

Jacqueline Bisset ... Isabelle D'Arc

Powers Boothe ... Jacques D'Arc

Olympia Dukakis ... Mother Babette

Neil Patrick Harris ... The Dauphin, later King Charles VII of France

Robert Loggia ... Father Monet

Maximilian Schell ... Brother Jean le Maistre

Peter Strauss ... La Hire

Jonathan Hyde ... Duke of Bedford

Maury Chaykin ... Sir Robert de Baudricourt

Shirley MacLaine ... Madame de Beaurevoir

Peter O'Toole ... Bishop Cauchon
Cliff Saunders ... Bertrand de Poligny
Ron White ... Dunois

Jaimz Woolvett ... Duke of Burgundy (as Jaimz Wolvett)

Chris Hoffman ... Louis

Matt Hoffman ... Raymond
Robert Haley ... La Tremoile
Chandra Engstrom ... Young Joan

David Nykl ... Duke of Luxembourg
Justin Peroff ... Pierre D'Arc
Roby Sobieski ... Young Pierre (as Robert Sobieski)
Ondrej Hartl ... Jacquemine D'Arc
Mikulas Mara ... Michel D'Arc

Kris Lemche ... Emile
Jared Wall ... Young Emile

David Schofield ... Gladsdale

Ted Atherton ... Jean d'Estivet
Liliana Komorowska ... Emile's Mother
Josef Pejchal ... Michel D'Arc
Jirí Trnka ... Old Jacquimine D'Arc

John Standing ... Archbishop
Jirina Klinkova ... Baby Joan
Jan Unger ... Claude
Ludek Jelen ... Loire Father
Petr Smejkal ... Loire Son
Galika Janova ... Loire Daughter
Jaroslav Fricek ... Noel
Ross Manson ... Victor

Gregory Linington ... Gerard (as Greg Linnington)
Thomas Valik ... Domremy Messenger
Daniel Rous ... Sir Robert's Guard
Zlatan Camo ... Sir Robert's Page
Janet Lynch ... Loire Village Woman
David Fisher ... English Guard 1
John Comer ... English Guard 2
Richard H. Cutting ... Captain Paul (as Richard Cutting)
Daniel Brown ... Chamberlain

Klára Issová ... Michael's Wife
David Dunbar ... Christian
Jan Nemejovský ... Assessor 1

Joel Kirby ... Assessor 2
Rod Grover ... Assessor 3
Rudolf Pellar ... Assessor 4
Joel Sugerman ... Priest in Square (as Joel Surgerman)

Rick Warden ... English Chaplain
Marek Valenta ... Charles' Page 1
Hynek Cermák ... Philip's Messenger
Ivan Gübel ... Male Refugee
Robert Orr ... Sergeant-at-arms
Olga Kasalkova ... Old Plague Woman
Curtis Mathew ... Bishop
Dale Wyatt ... Reims Noblewoman
Milan Sipek ... Compeigne Messenger
Rozita Erbanová ... Little Soup Kitchen Girl
Trey Eckles ... Zealot 1
Kelsey Farmer ... Child in Square
Avi Muyderman ... Executioner
Richard Trstan ... Steward
Christopher Clarke ... Orleans Lookout
Rich Gold ... Bishop in Square
Lida Engelov ... Mother Superior
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Greg Linnington ... Gerard
Miroslav Fantys ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Christian Duguay 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Michael Alexander Miller (written by) and
Ronald Parker (written by)

Produced by
Peter Bray .... producer
Luc Campeau .... line producer
Andrew Deane .... co-executive producer
Graham Flashner .... executive producer
Brenda Friend .... co-executive producer
Ed Gernon .... executive producer
Deb LeFaive .... line producer
Peter Sussman .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Asher Ettinger 
Tony Kosinec 
 
Cinematography by
Pierre Gill 
 
Film Editing by
Ralph Brunjes 
 
Casting by
Deirdre Bowen 
Susan Glicksman 
Fern Orenstein 
 
Production Design by
Michael Joy 
 
Art Direction by
Shannon Grover 
Martin Martinec 
 
Set Decoration by
Frances Calder 
Pavel Hemmy 
 
Costume Design by
John Hay 
 
Makeup Department
Jan Archibald .... key hair stylist
Tomoko Hidaka .... key makeup artist
Melissa Purino .... key makeup artist
Benjamin Robin .... hair stylist (as Ben Robin)
Marie Soudna .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Wanda Chaffey .... production supervisor
Lisa Kalushner .... post-production supervisor
Ian McDougall .... executive in charge of production
Adam Roberts .... post-production supervisor
Ales Tybl .... production manager (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Paul Barry .... second assistant director
Frances Calder .... third assistant director
Dave 'Foots' Footman .... second assistant director (as David Footman)
Richard Gironi .... second assistant director (as Robert Gioni)
Felix Gray .... first assistant director: second unit
Pavel Hemmy .... third assistant director
David Jancar .... second assistant director: second unit
Rachel Leiterman .... first assistant director
Mario Luraschi .... second unit director
Jan Mensík .... first assistant director: second unit
Frantisek Rezek .... third assistant director
Alice Ronovska .... first assistant director
Jana Vacková .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Milan Babik .... props
Bill Burd .... property master
Tim Burd .... first assistant props
Tomas Hais .... set dresser
Yvan Hart .... plasterer
Radan Kapinos .... set props
Jason B. Landels .... set props
Stefan Mily .... set dresser
Frantisek Rezek .... set props
Peter Stratford .... assistant art director
Martina Ter-Akopowá .... art department interpreter
Jana Vacková .... set props
Josef Vecerek .... assistant set decorator
Miroslav Zdenek .... draughtsman
Jiri Zucek .... co-property master
 
Sound Department
Steve Baine .... foley artist (as Steve Bain)
Rob Bertola .... sound effects editor
Tom Bjelic .... supervising sound editor
Alek Bromke .... adr assistant recordist
Richard Cadger .... sound editor (as Rick Cadger)
Steph Carrier .... additional sound re-recording mixer (as Stephan Carrier)
Tomas Cervenka .... boom operator
Tony Currie .... sound editor
Christian Czopnik .... assistant sound editor
Joseph Doane .... assistant sound editor
Sean Fortier .... assistant sound editor
Allan Fung .... assistant sound editor
Paul Germann .... assistant sound editor
Paul Griffin .... assistant sound editor
Richard Harkness .... sound editor (as Rick Harkness)
Steve Kostick .... assistant sound editor (as Stephen Kostick)
Joe Lafontaine .... sound editor (as Joe Lafontiane)
John Laing .... sound editor
Martin Lee .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Craig Mann .... re-recording assistant
Cailey Milito .... assistant sound editor
Mike Palmer .... assistant sound editor
Donna Powell .... foley artist (as Donna B. Powell)
Michael Rea .... assistant sound editor (as Michael Rae)
James Robb .... assistant sound editor (as Jimmy Robb)
David Rose .... sound re-recording mixer
Urmas Rosin .... sound recordist
Dale Sheldrake .... dialogue editor
Eric Shemkovitz .... adr recordist
Paul Shikata .... sound effects editor
John Douglas Smith .... supervising sound editor
Lou Solakofski .... sound re-recording mixer
Brad Stephenson .... sound editor
Orest Sushko .... sound re-recording mixer
Phong Tran .... sound editor
Clive Turner .... sound effects editor
Paul Virostek .... first assistant sound editor
Rene Mikan .... production sound mixer: second unit (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Georges Demétrau .... special effects supervisor
François Philippi .... special effects
Pavel Sagner .... special effects coordinator
Rudolf Tudzaroff .... special effects technician
Jirí Vater .... special effects technician
Jirí Vojtech .... special effects senior technician
Olivier Zenenski .... special effects coordinator
Alain Couty .... special effects (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Dave Asling .... model shop supervisor
Stephen Bahr .... visual effects coordinator
Barb Benoit .... lead compositor
Mike Borrett .... visual effects coordinator
Dug Claxton .... compositor
Janeen Elliott .... digital compositor
Xavier Fourmond .... digital compositor
Chris Gernon .... effects editor
Sarah Norton .... digital compositor
Joel Skeete .... lead compositor
Jason Snea .... digital compositor
Linda Tremblay .... digital compositor
Tom Turnbull .... visual effects supervisor
Rainy Venne .... digital artist
 
Stunts
Veronika Bellová .... double
Vladimir 'Furdo' Furdik .... stunts
Roman Jankovic .... horses stunts
Jirí Kuba .... stunt coordinator: Czech Republic
Gustáv Kyselica .... utility stunts
Mario Luraschi .... stunt coordinator
Branislav Martinak .... utility stunts
Lubomir Misak .... utility stunts
Peter Olgyay .... stunts
Michael Sandala .... stunts
Roman Spacil .... fencing coordinator
Marek Toth .... stunts
Philippe Zone .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jan Carda .... focus puller
Martin Granilla .... electrician
Petr Granilla .... key grip
Martin Grosup .... camera operator: second unit
Mark Hoffman .... focus puller
Ladislav Hruby .... first assistant camera
Robert Kodera .... grip
Martin Lamarche .... gaffer
Slavek Mikovec .... gaffer
Michael B. Moers .... second assistant camera
Zdenek Mrkvicka .... assistant camera
Frantisek Novák .... first assistant camera
Frantisek Novák .... focus puller
Petr Zavrel .... assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Deirdre Bowen .... casting supervisor
Sean Garman .... casting associate
Susan Glicksman .... casting: Los Angeles
Timothy J. Gorman .... casting coordinator
Doreen Jones .... casting: UK
Josef Loucím .... extras casting
Fern Orenstein .... casting: Los Angeles
Orly Sitowitz .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Henri Aubertin .... key dresser
Blanche-Danielle Boileau .... associate costume designer (as Blanche Boileau)
Miroslav Fozo .... wardrobe coordinator
Pascal Gauthier .... dresser
Maria Hubackova .... wardrobe
Helena Ilingerova .... wardrobe mistress
Luc Le Flaguais .... key dresser: extras (as Luc Leflaguais)
Ron Mawbey .... key dresser: extras
Patricie Soptenková .... set costumer
Jitka Svecova .... costumer
Jarka Vesela .... wardrobe mistress
Sarka Zvolenska .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Don Cassidy .... additional editor
James C. Christie .... assistant editor (as James Christie)
Steve Corcoran .... assistant editor
Peter Csordas .... colorist
Paul Deakin .... on-line editor
Andrea Folprecht .... assistant editor
Renee Georgacopoulos .... assistant editor
Lorraine Grant .... colorist
Jason Irvine .... assistant editor
Mike Lee .... additional editor
Clement Lush .... colorist assist
Jennifer Macleod .... post-production coordinator
Michael Rea .... assistant editor (as Michael Rae)
 
Music Department
Todd Booth .... composer: additional music
Charlotte Church .... special vocals
Maria Costa .... music supervisor
Yuri Gorbachow .... music editor
John Herberman .... composer: additional music
Glenn Morley .... conductor
Yuri Sazonoff .... composer: additional music (as Yuri Sazanoff)
Philip Stanger .... composer: additional music
Jeff Wolpert .... scoring mixer
Paul Kegg .... musician: cello (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Simon Borecki .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Jill Anderson .... accounting clerk
Petr Bilek .... production team: Etamp (as Peter Bilek)
Jan Bílek .... production team: Etamp (as Jan Bilek)
Wendy Coulas .... coordinator: Toronto
Hernan DeElejalde .... tutor: Leelee Sobieski (as Hernan De Lejald)
Monika Fiserova .... horse consultant
Elizabeth Hagen .... production accountant
Martin Hanus .... horse captain
Daniela Humlova .... script supervisor
Petr Kavalek .... assistant to production coordinator
Randi Kirshenbaum .... business and legal affairs
Ondrej Nerud .... production coordinator: battle scenes
Shannon O'Connor .... coordinator: Los Angeles (as Shannon O'Conner)
Hélène Ross .... production coordinator
Janet Scott .... production controller
Craig Small .... title designer
Ales Tybl .... production team: Etamp
Patrick Vagner .... production accountant
Bosede Williams .... script supervisor
Lori Wyant .... assistant script supervisor (as Lory Wyant)
Lori Wyant .... script supervisor: second unit
Jiri Zucek .... location manager
Michael Cella .... stand-in: Peter O'Toole (uncredited)
 

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Runtime:
UK:180 min | 60 min (3 episodes)
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Did You Know?

Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When Joan is shot by the arrow at Orleans, as she falls off her horse and tumbles down, her sword sheath bends as if though there is no sword inside it. In the next close-up shot, you can see her sword is back inside.See more »
Quotes:
Bishop Cauchon:[sees Joan dressed in men's clothing again] Oh, God, what have you done? What have you done?
Joan D'Arc:What I confessed, I confessed from fear... but every word was a lie. I retract my abjuration now & for all time.
Bishop Cauchon:You'll die through your own words!
Joan D'Arc:No, dear Bishop... I die through you.
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Movie Connections:
Version of Joan of Arc (1948)See more »
Soundtrack:
Panis AngelicusSee more »

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31 out of 39 people found the following review useful.
True to Both History & Theology - Some Background, 18 November 2005
Author: KFSIMONATL from Portland, OR, USA

Do great times call forth grand souls or do grand souls change great events or both? Joan's World - Historical Background. It was a time when the English crown controlled huge territories in France - and not by way of some invasion or occupation, but as the direct result of the fact the English King, Henry IV, (also Duke of Lancaster) and his son Henry V (both of Shakespeare fame)were descendants of the original French Duke of Normandy, William, who had conquered England in 1066 and thus the King of England continued to remain the feudal "owner" of Normandy, Brittainy and Acquitaine. This English King, Henry V would stake the biggest claim and actually force the King of France to appoint this same English King, his "lawful" successor to the French throne.

Combine this with the fact the the English had a willing French ally in the form of Charles, Duke of Burgundy who was a rival for the French crown. Its no surprise that the Burgundians were the bully boys of this era. They were allies of the English and thus their French-speaking local "enforcers." The English would control these areas for over 300 years. The "Hundred Years War" would be fought to maintain that English control.

So at the time of this story, the Dauphine of France, the weak French prince Charles was not yet the crowned King of France and controlled only a fraction of the country. Even he saw his chances for the crown as limited. Another Charles, the Duke of Burgundy, France, was far more powerful than the Dauphine and to offset his limited powers, Burgandy had allied themselves with the English.

It was into this was brutal world, that Joan of Arc was born. A savage time of "might makes right" and a nobility class-sanctioned brutalization of a citizen population caught in a titanic chess match as pawns between a class of nobles who, although they had taken ancient oaths sworn to guard the defenseless, nevertheless preyed on the very people they were sworn to defend.

There are parallels to many parts of the world where so-called "war lords" have re-imposed a modern-day feudalism of protectors and protected.

Joan was inspired, (and just by what/who, remains a hotly debated theological and psychological discussion to this day) to free France of English domination. Why? Catholics might argue that she was called to this by God in order to preserve France as a bastion of Catholicism against the invading "heresy" of the Protestant Revolution. Think how events might have turned out if England had conquered all of France and imposed Protestantism on France.

Historical Sequel to Joan of Arc.

Henry V would die in France of a fever and never assert this claim. With Joan's military successes as precedents, and the Duke of Burgandy eventually abandoning his English allies, Henry V's son, Henry VI, a weak-willed but pious monarch, would be VERY unsuccessful in asserting any of his father Henry V's claims even though another war, the "Thirty Years" war would be fought by Henry VI's dukes to try to take back lost regions. The English would eventually lose that war and surrender, city by city, castle by castle, the entire regions of Normandy and Aquitaine back to the French. Ultimately, the Ennglish would control only the port city of Calais before losing that last foothold on the Continent. A new war in England, a civil war between the houses and Dukes of York and Lancaster would be fought, in part, from the failures of the Lancastrian King, Henry VI to keep those hard-fought territories - "The War of the Roses."

Now why is the movie great? Because it faithfully captures the life of a illiterate and simple peasant girl, called by unseen forces to change the world around her in direct conflict with the brutality, the conflict, the religious zeal/fanaticism and the lust for power of he times into which Jean D'Arc was born into.

If you don't know much about either Joan or the times, you learn a great deal from this wonderful movie. Joan was on a "mission from God," at least to her way of thinking and the religious forces of her day in the form of the Church hierarchy were dumbfounded initially and enraged, eventually that some "mere girl" would dare to tell them anything about God's will for either herself, let alone her King and country.

The Maid of Orleans' life is a testament to one person, even a unschooled young girl's in an age of female political impotence to change events on a grand scale.

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