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A Man for All Seasons


Paul Scofield, Wendy Hiller, Leo McKern, Robert Shaw View All


Fred Zinnemann (Director), Robert Bolt (Screenplay) View All

Release: Dec. 12th, 1966
Runtime: 2 hours
A depiction of the conflict between King Henry VIII of England and his Lord Chancellor, Sir Thomas More, who refuses to swear the Oath of Supremacy declaring Henry Supreme Head of the Church in England.
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So, what we eventually find wrapped in the 16th Century tapestry of this Fred Zinnemann film is a profile in courage - a man, Sir Thomas More (Paul Scofield), who steadfastly refuses to condone the way King Henry VIII (Robert Shaw) goes about trying to annul his marriage to Catherine of Aragon and t....
Citizen Rules
Sir More was a man of deep beliefs and would not budge from those beliefs, even when his life was endangered the film explores his convictions and the man behind them.