From Alex Strachan of Canada.com:
- The Tudors reaches for a grace note in its most compelling, most poignant and perhaps most important episode of the series
“n this week’s episode â€” the most heart-wrenching, arguably most profound episode of the season, if not the series â€” the teenage Howard will face the full wrath and fury of the English court, after her dalliances â€” the decisions of a petulant, teenage girl â€” are made public. Critics have accused The Tudors of playing fast-and-loose with the historical record, but writer Michael Hirst â€” an Oscar nominee for Shekhar Kapor’s 1998 film Elizabeth â€” has always maintained he is a dramatist, not a documentarian.” Read more.
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