King Henry VIII wants to divorce his wife, and seeks the approval of the aristocracy. Sir Thomas More is a man of principle and reason, and is thus placed in a difficult position: should he stand up for his principles, risking the wrath of a corrupt King fond of executing people for treason? Or should he bow to the seemingly unstoppable corruption of King Henry VIII, who has no qualms about bending the law to suit his own needs?
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Did You Know?
had been due to play Margaret in A Man for All Seasons
(1966), but had to withdraw due to commitments to the stage production of "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie". She has a brief cameo as Anne Boleyn instead. See more
Original Tudor Music
Composed by Henry VIII
(as H.R.H. Henry VIII) See more