We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which Cowra Civic Centre is built, the Wiradjuri – the original storytellers, musicians, dancers, artists and culture makers of this region. We acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging.
★★★★ ½ “Marvellous and intriguing. Beautifully filmed, this game of thrones rooted in 15th-century Nordic history plays out majestically. Trine Dyrholm is unfailingly brilliant.” InDaily.
The magnificent Trine Dyrholm (Festen, Love Is All You Need) leads an all-star ensemble cast in the gripping new historical drama by leading Danish director Charlotte Sieling (The Bridge, Homeland, The Man), based on remarkable true events experienced by Queen Margrete the First.
The year is 1402. Fifty-year-old Margrete (Dryholm, in a masterfully understated performance) has achieve what no man has managed before: she has gathered Denmark, Norway and Sweden together into a peaceful union. However, as a woman, she is forbidden from the throne, so governs indirectly through her adopted son, King Erik (Morte Hee Andersen).
Despite her achievement, the alliance is precarious, with the fledgling Nordic union beset by enemies. So, to secure the territory’s future, Margrete’s plan is to broker a marriage between Erik and English princess Philippa (daughter of Henry V). What she is not anticipating is a conspiracy within her own ranks, and when a mysterious man (Jakob Oftebro) presents himself at the palace, professing to be Margrete’s long dead biological son (and thus laying claim to the throne) she’s faced with an impossible dilemma, one that threatens everything she’s worked for.
A spectacularly-mounted tale of Byzantine royal intrigue, power games and betrayal, Margrete Queen of the North - the largest and most expensive production in Danish film history - beautifully recreates the stunning medieval setting to create a hugely compelling story of a woman ahead of her time.
Cowra Civic Centre, 104 Darling Street, Cowra, 2794, View Map
104 Darling Street ,
Saturday 28 January at 4:30pm Sunday 29 January at 4:45pm Wednesday 1 February at 10:30am
Box Office HoursOnline 24/7
Phone & Counter
Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm
Phone 02 6340 2130
Classification MA15+ - Strong nudity
Country of Origin Denmark
Language Danish with English Subtitles
Duration 120 mins
Tickets $15 (Transaction charges may apply)
Presented by the Cowra Civic Centre Cinema.