The Real Story Behind Timothée Chalamet’s Henry V | The King | Netflix



In Netflix’s The King, Timothée Chalamet stars as Henry V, real-life king of England. But Henry wasn’t destined to sit on the throne. We explain the combination of chance and skill that led to his ascent in this real, wild historical companion to the film. Warning: this video contains spoilers.

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The Real Story Behind Timothée Chalamet’s Henry V | The King | Netflix

Wayward Prince Hal must turn from carouser to warrior king as he faces hostilities from inside and outside the castle walls in the battle for England.

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40 thoughts on “The Real Story Behind Timothée Chalamet’s Henry V | The King | Netflix

  1. war can turn any grounded soul into a paranoid hell bent barrel chested blood thirsty warrior how can you be a normal citizen in those conditions most people are not built for war and it shows as generations of lazy people plague everyone’s environment I one respects war it’s crazy

  2. What's crazy about this event in history is that the Dauphine actually ends up winning the 100 hundreds yesr war and gains the epithet 'Charles the Victorious'

  3. I wrote a paper on this in my Medieval English history class. My favorite event in all of history. So absurd and wonderful

  4. 4:54 Are you kidding me Netflix? You got to be kidding me right? Why did you place the UK union jack when referring to England? smfh

  5. Really loved how brutal the medieval military action felt. Really nailed the choreography, the cinematography, and telling a story with the action. On par with Helm's Deep and Game of Thrones

  6. WE French, wants a another movie where French win. Question or fair balance after the pain of watching this movie (it was great thought, but a pain in the ass concerning French chivalry ans image, and it's not fair dear Netflix)

  7. What if the people don't follow the king and be like: Oh, you're just a King we are many here, you're alone…duh!

    Ending: No good history

  8. The english didn't suffer from dysentry because after the siege of Harfleur, every english knights who suffered from dysentry was systematically sent home, so that the people at the battle were the people that weren't sick. All of this is very well documented there is even lists of people who were repatriated.

  9. 4:39 All of this is a myth. The english weren't outnumbered that much by the french, they weren't more exhausted than the french and they didn't suffer from dysentry. Those details are used to exagerrate the danger of the english position and to make the whole victory that much more amazing. It is well documented that the french were no more than 12,000 and the english 9,000. Also the english weren't more exhausted than the french for the simple reason that the french knights were coming from all the parts of France and they had been chasing the english for weeks before the battle finally took place. And the english knights didn't suffer from dysentry because after the siege of Harfleur, every english knights who suffered from dysentry was systematically sent home, so that the people at the battle were the people that weren't sick. All of this is very well documented there is even lists of people who were repatriated. I recommend everyone to watch "AGINCOURT – Medieval Myth Busting
    " on Tod's Workshop youtube channel for more details, it is a video with Dr Toby Capwell Curator of the Wallace Collection and it is far more serious than this false Netflix' "educational video".

  10. Só queria um desses legendado ou dublado em português do Brasil, tem um monte de vídeos que não passam para o Netflix Brasil e são vídeos legais sobre as séries e seus autores, ajuda aí netflix

  11. The accuracy of the graphics in this video are atrocious. Expect better from a big company like you Netflix, actually do some research next time?

  12. It’s often discussed that the father and son shared a close personal relationship and love for one and other they just had serious disagreements on certain political positions. Them having a seriously bad personal relationship was something almost entirely associated with Shakespeares play Henry V

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