"I know that my body is that of a weak woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king!" "
The daughter of King Henry VIII, Elizabeth Tudor ascended the throne of England at the heart of much political turmoil. In rivalry with her half-sister Mary Tudor, Elizabeth is the queen who will eventually succeed in restoring the stability of the kingdom under royal authority, cutting off ties with the Pope by creating the Protestant Church of England. She is also the one who succeeds in imposing her femininity in a world of men. Eternal virgin, she will never marry, and thus Elizabeth sees the Tudor line die with her.
Discover the destiny of one of the most famous figures in the history of England. The reign, associated with the blossoming of the English theater - represented by William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe - and the maritime prowess of adventurers such as Francis Drake, marked the climax of the English Renaissance.
ATTENTION: the voices used have American accents.