The classic Arthurian tale of tragic love. In medieval times, Lord of Cornwall decides to marry an Irish princess Isolde. However, his most loyal knight Tristan becomes bewitched by her beauty and they fall hopelessly in love.
Did You Know?
The male peregrine falcons of the film are credited in the cast, and were named "Adam's Brother" and "Prince Albert". The Falconer was Dr. Heinz Meng, a leading American ornithologist and the first to breed peregrines in captivity on the rooftop of the faculty center of his college for reintroduction into the wild. (submitted by Mehran Neshat) See more
Through life, past death, and into the hands of God.
Version of Tristan et Iseut
Composed and arranged by Paddy Moloney
Played by The Chieftains See more