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Elizabeth: The Golden Age is a sumptuous historical epic which sees Cate Blanchett return to the role which brought her to the attention of the world.Set 15 years after the events depicted in Elizabeth, Elizabeth: The Golden Age tells the thrilling tale of an era - the story of one woman's crusade to control love, crush enemies and secure her position as a beloved icon of the western world.As Elizabeth's cousin Mary Stuart conspires with Philip of Spain to topple the throne, Francis Walsingham - Elizabeth's trusty advisor, works tirelessly to protect her from the many plots and conspiracies against her. Preparing to go to war to defend her empire, Elizabeth struggles to balance royal duties with an unexpected vulnerability in her attraction to the dashing Sir Walter Raleigh, a notorious privateer who has offered his services to the Queen.Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett is reunited with her director from Elizabeth, Shekhar Kapur, as well as returning cast member, Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush. Joining the cast are Academy Award nominee Clive Owen, Academy Award nominee Samantha Morton and Australian Film Institute winner Abbie Cornish.Synopsis - Elizabeth (Special Edition) (1998) England, 1554. Under the rule of Queen Mary I, a zealous Catholic, England has been reduced to a country racked by financial and religious instability. Now close to death, Mary (Kathy Burke) steps up her policy of protestant repression. Even Princess Elizabeth (Cate Blanchett), her younger sister and heir apparent is in grave danger, but Mary's last ditch attempt to execute her for treason fails. Within days, Mary is dead and Elizabeth is crowned Queen of England, but with enemies and rebellion continuing in her own council she is advised to hit back. She retaliates in a counter-coup of immense ferocity, wiping out all opposition to her leadership. Her throne is finally secure. When Elizabeth next appears in public, she has transformed herself into a legendary Virgin Queen, formidab