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Sacra Corona (2001)

In medieval Hungary, the heir to the throne must prove that he is worthy of being a monarch for preventing the country from chaos.

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Gábor Koltay
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Credited cast:
Attila Szarvas Attila Szarvas ... King László
Péter Horkay Péter Horkay ... King Salamon
Pál Oberfrank Pál Oberfrank ... King Géza
László Földi László Földi ... Bailiff Vid
Eszter Ónodi ... Judit
Éva Auksz Éva Auksz ... Adelaide
Károly Mécs Károly Mécs ... Bishop Mór
Franco Nero ... Bishop Gellért
Attila Tyll Attila Tyll ... Bailiff Nádor
Jenõ Kiss Jenõ Kiss ... Abbot Vilmos
Tibor Kenderesi Tibor Kenderesi ... Archbishop Koppány
Zoltán Barabás Kis Zoltán Barabás Kis ... Commander
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
András Ambrus András Ambrus
Márton Balogh Márton Balogh ... Bard
Gyula Bartus Gyula Bartus ... Bailiff Szolnok
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In medieval Hungary, the heir to the throne must prove that he is worthy of being a monarch for preventing the country from chaos.

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Country:

Hungary

Language:

Hungarian

Release Date:

12 April 2001 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Kreuzritter 3 - Die Krone des Königs See more »

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Budget:

HUF300,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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No blockbuster but a nice chapter from Hungarian history
27 June 2017 | by zluttenSee all my reviews

The story-line is hardly known for Non-Hungarians. King Laszlo was a Saint of the Catholic Church and his regnum was source of several legends of a hero like those about King Arthur, especially in Transylvania. This kings were descendants of the archaic Hungarian tribal leader, later Royal family Arpad. Why such an accent on religion? Saint Stephen the founder of the modern Hungarian state was an apostolic King. Overall, you need a good command of history to get all the messages not like for blockbusters as Ben Hur or the Gladiator. Many of the scenes played in wonderful old buildings existed that time already and on plots calling the landscape must had been the times the movie played in.


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