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Year: 2018
Original Title: Mary Queen of Scots
Length: 124 minutes
Genre: Biography, History, Drama
Studios: Working Title Films
Distributor: Universal Pictures
Age rating: Suitable only for 15 years and over
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: January 18 2019

United States: December 07 2018

Ranking

Ranking: 30 out of 14,949 movies (up 22)

6,9

6.3 by 4 users

7.0 by Movie'n'co

7.5 by 4 media

Plot

The story tells part of the life of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland. Concretely, focus in the moment when she comes back to Scotland for govern after the death of her husband, Francis, dauphin of French. Mary will have to confront with her cousin, Queen Elizabeth I and she will must bear the religious problems in the Scotland of this age, which the Protestans and Catholics are in conflict. Starring by Saoirse Ronan ('Lady Bird'), Margot Robbie ('Suicide Squad') and David Tennant ('Doctor Who'), and written by Beau Willimon, the creator of 'House of Cards' and writer of 'The Ides of March', the film is based on biography 'Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart', published in 2004 by John Guy.

Awards

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Academy Awards (Oscars)Academy Awards (Oscars)
2019
2
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BAFTA AwardsBAFTA Awards
2019
3
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Director

Cast Mary Queen of Scots

Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie

Queen Elizabeth I

Saoirse Ronan

Saoirse Ronan

Mary Stuart

David Tennant

David Tennant

John Knox

Jack Lowden

Jack Lowden

Lord Darnley

Brendan Coyle

Brendan Coyle

Conde Lennox

Martin Compston

Martin Compston

Conde de Bothwell

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Trivia Mary Queen of Scots

Cate Blanchett roled Elizabeth in 1998 and 2007. Now, Margot Robbie, another Australian actress, portrays the queen again. Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie competed together in 2018 for many Best Actress awards, including the Academy Award, for their roles in Lady Bird (2017) and I, Tonya (2017), respectively. The film is based on biography "Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart", by John Guy.

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