Edward II

Derek Jarman uses Christopher Marlowe's classic play about the 14th century monarch for this daring cinematic treatise on gay love and its place in the historic and modern world, focusing on Edward's stormy reign and his homosexual and heterosexual relationships, as well as his tragic end. With Steve Waddington, Kevin Collins and Tilda Swinton.

Year: 1992
Genre: Drama, Queer Cinema, Film Festivals 1992, Alice's Playhouse, Royalty
Country: UK
Director: Derek Jarman
Starring: Steven Waddington, Kevin Collins, Andrew Tiernan
Duration: 91 Minutes
Rating: R16
Location in store: Alice's Playhouse



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