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Messenger: The Story Of Joan Of Arc (Blu-ray) £5.99 delivered @ Play

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The year is 1429. France is in polical and religious turmoil as members of the royal family battle for rule. But one peasant girl from a remote village gave her country the miracle it was looking for.… Read More
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The year is 1429. France is in polical and religious turmoil as members of the royal family battle for rule. But one peasant girl from a remote village gave her country the miracle it was looking for. Milla Jovovich is Joan of Arc, a young woman who would inspire and lead her countrymen until her execution at the age of nineteen. Raised in a religious family, Joan witnessed her sister's rape and death at the hands of an invading army. Years later, as the same war raged on, Joan stood before her king with a message she claimed came from God: give her an army, and in God's name she would reclaim his diminished kingdom.

But was the message real, or the delusion of a girl whose life had been shattered? This startling epic drama by Luc Besson explores the life of Joan of Arc, her amazing victories, relationship with God, and tragic death. Co-starring John Malkovich and Academy Award winners Dustin Hoffman and Faye Dunaway, The Messenger is a modern take on a medieval saint who enthralls people even today.
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#1
Grand movie!
#2
Really good film. Milla Jovovich's performance is excellent.

It also helps that she's still easy on the eye despite the haircut. :-D
#3
one of my fave movies
#4
Its a good movie does anyone know how much better this is compared to the DVd version? £5.99 looks cheap for a blu ray.

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