A Knight's Tale: The Shooting Script

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ISBN-13: 9781557044846
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 04/26/2001
Series: Shooting Script Series
Edition description: 1ST
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 0.00(w) x 0.00(h) x (d)

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The Shooting Script1
The Color Photographs84

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A Knight's Tale is a fourteenth century medieval story about a young noble peasant whose name is William Thatcher who pretends to be an adventurous, brave knight at heart. From the help of Roland and Wat, William enters and participates in the jousting tournament disguised as a knight. Then, William wins the joust. Roland, Wat and William train for different sport events in the jousting tournaments. Roland, Wat, William and Chaucer went to London; Prague and Paris to compete in the jousting world tournaments. While riding his horse through town, William saw Jocelyn and falls in love. He tells Roland that she makes him feel like a poet! I enjoyed reading A Knight's Tale Film Script! Especially, I liked the poetic script words that William and Jocelyn said to each other while they were romantically in love. For instance, when William said to Jocelyn that if he could ask God one thing; it would be to stop the moon. To stop the moon and make this night and your beauty last forever. To me, A Knight's Tale Film Script has an enthusiastic truly meaning in detail at its entirety. I loved the movie! The movie was great! I liked when William and Jocelyn danced the 'Golden Years Dance', hopped and spinned together to the instrumental; chanting; upbeat music in the banquet. Also, the music conducting theme score by Carter Burnell from A Knight's Tale is fantastic!