Elizabeth: The Golden Age

The English navy defeats the Spanish armada. Bess Throckmorton (Abbie Cornish) and Sir Walter Raleigh (Clive Owen) have a child and Elizabeth (Cate Blanchett) gives the child her blessing. Francis Walsingham (Geoffrey Rush) dies. Elizabeth never marries or has children but considers herself mother of her people and her country. During Elizabeth's reign, England enters an age of peace and prosperity. 10 years later, Philip of Spain dies and leaves his country in bankruptcy.

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Factual error: Mary, Queen of Scots is depicted with a Scottish accent. However, Mary was raised in France from a young age and thus would speak with a French accent instead.

Darius Angel

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Queen Elizabeth I: May we have wisdom not to fear shadows in the night, and courage when the day of danger truly dawns.

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