Prince of Jutland

Prince of Jutland, also known as Royal Deceit, is a 1994 drama adventure film co-written and directed by Gabriel Axel and starring Christian Bale, Gabriel Byrne, Helen Mirren, and Kate Beckinsale.[1] It is an adaptation of the Danish legend of prince Amleth, drawing upon the 12th-century works of Saxo Grammaticus, which was also the inspiration for Shakespeare's Hamlet.[2][3]

Prince of Jutland
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Promotional poster for the film under the title Royal Deceit
Directed byGabriel Axel
Written byGabriel Axel
Erik Kjersgaard
Produced byKees Kasander
StarringChristian Bale
Gabriel Byrne
Helen Mirren
Kate Beckinsale
Brian Cox
CinematographyHenning Bendtsen
Edited byJean-François Naudon
Music byPer Nørgård
Production
companies
Les Films Ariane
Woodline Films Ltd.
Kenneth Madsen Filmproduktion A/S
Canal+
Films Roses
Distributed byConstantin Film
Release date
  • 19 August 1994 (1994-08-19)
Running time
109 minutes
CountriesFrance
United Kingdom
Denmark
Germany
Netherlands
LanguagesEnglish
Danish

The film featured the debut film performances of David Bateson, who later became known for voicing Agent 47 (the protagonist of video game series Hitman), and English actor Andy Serkis.

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  1. ^ Lovie McGregor (1 November 2012). Christian Bale! the Dark Knight Unmasked: Demystify the Real Christian Bale. Ebook.GD Publishing. pp. 10–. ISBN 978-1-61323-031-2.
  2. ^ Max Louwerse; Willie Van Peer (1 January 2002). Thematics: Interdisciplinary Studies. John Benjamins Publishing. pp. 316–. ISBN 1-58811-282-9.
  3. ^ Mette Hjort; Scott Mackenzie (18 August 2005). Cinema and Nation. Routledge. pp. 105–. ISBN 978-1-134-61884-2.

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