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The theory that it was in fact Edward De Vere, Earl of Oxford, who penned Shakespeare's plays. Set against the backdrop of the succession of Queen Elizabeth I and the Essex rebellion against her...

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A very good movie which I enjoyed
That was what life was like. That was their past time .
I thought it was confusing the first time too, but it was really well done and I enjoyed it even more the second time. This sounds gross, but aristocrats of that era before and after, many times, thought it was a bad thing to marry someone outside of your own family. Most rich people ended up marrying their cousins. In this case, during Elizabethan England, and the Jacobean era, people were very promiscuous with people they shouldn't have been! Haha.

awesome, but very confusing! everybody seems to be everybody's son or daughter... :)

Was a wonderful file very well written 10/10 for sure agree with musician4ever comment below. A very great work and enjoyable movie to watch. Written Words Are Powerful.

10/10 Best written and acted movie I have seen in a long time.
Shakespeare, whomever he was, was brilliant and so was this film!

Pretty confusing at first but I got the hang of it.... Gotta say, what a brilliant film, it really does makes you wonder.

As of yesterday when I saw this movie, it has to now be one of my favorites. The delivery form all of the actors was incredible. Rhys Ifans does a stunning job.
This is the best period piece movie I have ever seen. For a few hours, it was tied with Cont of Monte Cristo, but I have to say, after thinking on it, this is just BETTER.
The plot is interesting and different than expected, but better.
I thought it would be more about the plays, but it's more about the people and the politics going on at the time with illegitimate children and people's rise to power and how big of an effect theater had on the general public.
WATCH IT! 150/10!!!

I went into this movie thinking I wouldn't like it, wow was I wrong.

The 17th. century or the 21st., it's still the same ol' - same ol'. The human condition will never change. Totally worth a watch. GO WILLIE!!!!