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"Kingdom of Heaven" - ehemals: "The Crusades" - ist ein Regie-Projekt von Ridley Scott (u.a. "Alien", "Blade Runner" und "Hannibal")...

Der Film spielt zur Zeit der Kreuzzüge am Ende des 12. Jahrhunderts, als europäische Kreuzritter die christliche Vorherrschaft in Jerusalem verteidigen. Es ist zugleich eine kurze Periode friedlicher Koexistenz zwischen Christen, Muslimen und Juden im Heiligen Land, ein Friede, der jeden Tag auf Messers Schneide steht...

Erzählt wird die Geschichte von Balian (Orlando Bloom, u.a. "Herr der Ringe", "Black Hawk Down", "Fluch der Karibik" und "Troja"), einem jungen Schmied aus der französischen Provinz, der sich auf eine lange, gefahrvolle Reise ins Heilige Land begibt und dabei in die Fussstapfen seines Vaters (Liam Neeson, u.a. "Star Wars: Episode I - Die dunkle Bedrohung") tritt, einem kampferprobten und politisch weise gewordenen Kreuzritter, der sein Lebenswerk und seine Friedensvision an einen Erben übergeben will...

Als Fremder in einem fremden Land dient Balian einem todgeweihten, von Intriganten umgebenen König. Er findet in einer geheimnisvollen Prinzessin seine grosse Liebe (Eva Green, u.a. "Die Träumer"), und in der grossen Schlacht um Jerusalem, in der die Idee des friedlichen Miteinanders der Religionen unterzugehen droht, wächst er zu einem der ehrbarsten und mutigsten Ritter seiner Zeit...

Weiterhin wirkt mit...
David Thewlis (u.a. "Harry Potter und der Gefangene von Askaban", "Timeline" und "Dinotopia") als Priester Hospitaller...

Am 12. Januar 2004 begannen die Dreharbeiten in Spanien und Marokko... "Kingdom of Heaven" - dt. Titel: "Königreich der Himmel" - startete am 5. Mai 2005 in den deutschen Kinos... Übrigens: Ridley Scott hat auch einen rund 45 Minuten längeren Director's Cut fertiggestellt, der hierzulande am 4. September 2006 auf DVD erschienen ist...



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"Königreich der Himmel - Director's Cut" auf Blu-ray !!!
Am 15. Januar 2007 erschien
"Königreich der Himmel - Director's Cut" auf Blu-ray Disc... Jetzt bei Amazon bestellen !!!



[26.04.2009] Der TV-Sender RTL zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr "Königreich der Himmel"...

[23.12.2007] Der TV-Sender RTL zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr "Königreich der Himmel"...

[09.05.2006] UGO sprach kürzlich mit Ridley Scott, u.a. über die Langfassung von "Königreich der Himmel"....
UGO: [...] The director's cut of Kingdom of Heaven is coming down the pipe, with 45 minutes off additional footage. What can fans expect from the added material?
RIDLEY: The footage is actually whole scenes and sections. One of the most important additions is the Princess Sibylla, who is the sister to Baldwin the Leper King, played by Eva Green. She had a son, and this is all true, what I'm telling you. The son would inherit when his uncle died, so he'd be Baldwin V. His uncle had contracted leprosy at 15 and rather than stepping down, had insisted on holding the throne and was on the throne for the next ten years, and died at the age of 25. He must have been a remarkably resilient guy, because he had a very, really extreme version of leprosy, which would eat him up quite savagely to the extent he had to wear a mask fairly quickly. Now when Baldwin IV died, and the boy is coronated, Princess Sibylla would be the consult to the young King, that was the advisor. The boy died within 10 months, history says. History also says the possibility that the boy had died of leprosy. Now you don't die of leprosy in ten months. Leprosy is insidious and it takes a long time. History also says that the mother may have murdered her child. So you look at that, and you think, "Well, wait a minute. Why would a mother let her child grow to seven or eight years old, knowing full well that her brother is very liable to die at anytime of leprosy? Why would she murder her son for power when she could have had him done away with before or earlier, or better still, not had a child? If there was no child, she would have had to find a man and go to throne." So we address the possibility of leprosy, because leprosy was quite common in those days. If he got leprosy, then it could be argued that it was an act of tremendous love, so it was an act of euthanasia. And that's what's in it. That, just what I've described. It's pretty successful. It's beautiful, and other things. But I think the three hours, eight minute version is obviously my favorite version. [...]


[31.12.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine ausführliche Kritik zum Director's Cut, inkl. Beschreibungen der gekürzten Szenen...
[...] At three hours, KINGDOM OF HEAVEN feels positively brief, and that’s because everything in it seems important, key to our understanding of what’s going on, crucial to the development of the characters. It’s strange how the shorter version feels longer because you’re never given the opportunity to connect with what you’re watching. KINGDOM OF HEAVEN touches on issues of country, religion, loyalty, honor, and more, but it never makes the mistake of becoming a film "about" those things. It’s a pretty remarkable accomplishment, and further proof that Ridley Scott is one of our best storytellers.
The differences begin with the first scene. In the theatrical cut, we get a quick reference to how they’re burying a suicide, and someone steals a cross. In the director’s cut, this scene establishes so much more information about the specific time the film is set in, about what happened leading up to the suicide, and about the priest and the gravedigger themselves. Much of the film is like this, scenes that are expanded to give them room to breathe. There are entire subplots that were cut, which we’ll discuss below, but it’s the texturing that I find fascinating. I’m not even sure how they could make some of these cuts, or how they justified them. It seems like such arbitrary decision-making. [...]


[26.12.2005] HollywoodReporter.com berichtet über den "Kingdom of Heaven" Director's Cut...
20th Century Fox will release theatrically a director's cut of Ridley Scott's Crusades epic "Kingdom of Heaven" on Friday, the studio said Thursday. The film, which centers on a young Frenchman (Orlando Bloom) who discovers his destiny as a knight amid the clash between Muslims and Christians over the Holy Land a millennium ago, will unspool exclusively at the Laemmle Fairfax Theatre in Los Angeles. For the new cut, Scott added 45 minutes to the original release's 145-minute running time. "With his new director's cut, Ridley Scott has brought an exciting new dimension to 'Kingdom of Heaven,' " Fox president of domestic distribution Bruce Snyder said. "We're delighted to bring this new version of the film to the big screen, where it belongs."

[07.06.2005] Im Netz kursieren Gerüchte bzgl. einer 220-minütigen Extended Edition, die im Dezember 2005 auf DVD erscheinen soll... Bene hat diesbzgl. bei 20th Century Fox nachgefragt: Die Extended Edition soll es NICHT geben... Es sei auch keine längere Version geplant...

[17.05.2005] Blickpunkt:Film berichtet...
Am zweiten Wochenende baute "Königreich der Himmel" zwar deutlich ab, belegte aber mit vorerst noch geschätzten 370.000 Besuchern erneut deutlich den ersten Platz der deutschen Kinocharts. Mit insgesamt 1,2 Mio. Besuchern nach dem zweiten Wochenende sicherte sich Ridley Scotts Epos am Wochenende vor dem Start von "Star Wars: Episode 3" als erster Film seit zwei Monaten einen Box Office Germany Award. [...]

[09.05.2005] Blickpunkt:Film berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
"Königreich der Himmel" konnte sich am US-Boxoffice durchsetzen und belegte mit 20,0 Mio. Dollar Platz eins der amerikanischen Charts. Anders als der letztjährigen Toptitel des ersten Mai-Wochenendes gelang es Ridley Scotts Historienepos nicht, die Sommersaison standesgemäß mit einem Paukanschlag zu eröffnen. "Königreich der Himmel", angelaufen in 3216 Kinos, hatte den schwächsten Start eines Films am ersten Mai-Wochenende der letzten sieben Jahre und nur den 16. besten Start eines Films in diesem Jahr. [...]

[08.05.2005] Bei AICN-D gibt es eine Kritik...

[07.05.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Quint... Bei DH gibt es ein Interview mit Orlando Bloom... Und Contact Music sprach mit Eva Green...
[...] Green plays Bloom's lover Princess Sybilla in the film, but was devastated to discover Scott had deleted "the best bits" because he deemed them too shocking. The film's final sex scene adds up to only 2-3 seconds of footage with no nudity short of a flash of Bloom shirtless.
She says, "It is a pity because we spent so long getting it just right. I didn't know how much had been cut until I went into the studio to record the soundtrack. It was a shock when I found out how much had gone, all of the best bits. But Orlando is sexy and gorgeous. What girl would not want to get naked with him."


[05.05.2005] Heute startet "Königreich der Himmel" in den deutschen Kinos...

[29.04.2005] Bei Blickpunkt:Film gibt es eine Kritik...
[...] Auch mit seinem neuen Epos erweist sich "Gladiator"-Regisseur Ridley Scott als Meister des Bildes, lässt exotische Welten wiederauferstehen, inszeniert überzeugend kleine Gefechte und eine spektakuläre Schlacht. Sehenswert ist sein "Königreich der Himmel" immer, hörenswert in einigen klugen Dialogen auch, doch die Dramaturgie hat Defizite, lässt Fragen zur Entwicklung von Plot und Figuren offen. [...]

[24.04.2005] Bei MovieReporter.net gibt es eine Kritik (5.5/6)...
[...] ein sehr bildgewaltiger Film. Seien es die wunderschönen Landschaften Frankreichs oder vor allem die Wüstenlandschaften um Jerusalem herum: es wird stets eine Augenweide für den Zuschauer dargeboten. Hinzu kommen auch die sehr schönen Kameraeinstellungen und -fahrten durch die Stadt Jerusalem oder inmitten der Schlachten. Die Stadt Jerusalem selbst sieht auch wunderbar aus und wurde perfekt animiert. [...]

[17.04.2005] Bei CS! gibt es zahlreiche Szenenbilder... Und bei Apple.com gibt es den "Kingdom of Heaven" Theatrical Trailer...

[13.04.2005] Die Offizielle Website hat ihre Pforten geöffnet !!!

[11.04.2005] Bei IGNFF gibt es 2 Ausschnitte... Und bei AICN gibt es Kritiken zu einer Pressevorführung...
[...] If I had to pick faults it would be with the beginning of the movie which seemed to be edited fairly choppily. Some of the fight scenes were also edited in that favoured design of Ridleys which he used in Gladiator where the viewer struggles to keep up with what exactly is happening onscreen. These faults aside the movie is probably one of the best I have seen in a long time [...]

[10.04.2005] Bei RopeOfSilicon.com gibt es eine Featurette...

[08.04.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zu einer Testvorführung...
[...] On the one hand, HEAVEN is a technical masterpiece, shot with the usual grace and visual flair we have come to expect from Scott. The sets, costumes and overall look of the film are all perfectly executed. The special effects are seamless (finally someone has gotten massive to look completely natural). The film has a cast of thousands feel and an epic story to tell yet still, somewhere along the line it falls slightly short of its goal. [...]

[05.04.2005] Bei Yahoo! Movies gibt es den "Kingdom of Heaven" Extended Trailer !!!

[20.03.2005] Bei Latino Review und M&C Movies gibt es neue Bilder... Bei AICN gibt es einen Bericht über die Fox-Präsentation auf der ShoWest...
[...] Ridley Scott came on stage to talk about the movie, saying he always wanted to make a movie about Knights, who he compared to cowboys. He said he was proud of the movie, that it was truly about something important and was relevant to today. Then, he showed about 5 minutes of footage. It looks amazing...visuals were incredible, huge battle scenes . It all looked a lot cooler than anything in Troy or Alexander. [...]

[19.02.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zu einer Testvorführung...
[...] Bottomline, this is a fan-fucking-tastic epic. I know we’ve all had a bad batch of epics lately, ranging from the sub par (Black Hawk Down) to the downright god awful (Alexander.) Let me assure you that this isn’t at all like those. Ridley keeps it intense and serious, giving it a Gladiator-esk tone, which no doubt it’ll be compared to. There are no corny characters tossed in like Blackhawk Down had to cheese it up. He treats this one like a true war film, not just a period piece with war as a backdrop. And of course he shows very well the parallels between the crusades and the events of today without hitting us over the head with it.
The effects that were finished looked great, and the cinematography was excellent all around. [...]


[29.12.2004] Die Offizielle Website ist gestartet...

[25.12.2004] Bei AICN gibt es einen Download-Link zum "Kingdom of Heaven" Trailer, sowie einen Kommentar von Harry Knowles...
[...] the trailer is just stunning. There's a part of me that wishes Ridley would score this with more brass, more drums... and less of the type of music he had in BLACKHAWK DOWN and GLADIATOR, but I understand - he's not really making a film about heroes, but of men in times they wish had never existed... and that isn't a time of Erich Wolfgang Korngold. He's reaching for truth instead of mythology - and I just wish... well, I love the fantasy, but then - I've never seen this take on the Crusades before and I'm excited as hell about it. The trailer indicates classic knights in armor era Crusades - and I have no doubt Ridley is going to show the Moors just wiping the ground of these onward Christian soldiers... at least, I believe that's what history showed here... if this is in fact the Crusade I think it is. [...]

[20.12.2004] Bei ka-Bloom.org gibt es ein Foto... ka-Bloom.org sprach auch mit Ghassan Massoud...

[15.12.2004] AICN liefert eine Kritik zu einer Testvorführung... SPOILER !!!
[...] The movie was 3 hours and had tons of gory action, intense drama and a romance story for good measure. The action was great and the acting was superb. I know that they will not keep the 3 hour running time because the movie had a few times where it really dragged along.
The movie is very, Braveheart / ROTK / Gladiator / very epic!!! [...]
Good movie I give it 8.5/10. [...]


[06.10.2004] Bei TIME.com gibt es - neben einem Artikel zum Film - das erste offizielle Bild von Orlando Bloom im Kostüm...

[01.10.2004] Im Blooming Board gibt es sehenswerte Set-Bilder...

[03.06.2004] The Z Review hat neue Bilder vom Set veröffentlicht...

[30.03.2004] Bei Orlando Bloom Multimedia gibt es Bilder vom Set...

[17.02.2004] Bei Antena 3 gibt es ein Video vom Dreh - Ridley Scott, Orlando Bloom und Jeremy Irons...

[25.01.2004] Bei CS! gibt es Infos zum Stand der Produktion...

[22.01.2004] Orlando Bloom Multimedia weiss, was am 18. Januar gedreht wurde... SPOILER !!!
[...] they shot one of the most dangerous scenes filmed so far in Loarre: it shows the moment when Balian falls into the forge and burns alive while his workshop burns up around him. It seems that Orlando Bloom wanted to play the scene himself (with all the necessary security measures and firemen, emergency crew, fireproof clothing and so on) but Ridley Scott insisted the scene to be performed by a stuntman, to which Orlando agreed in the end (he must have remembered Legolas’ little accidents while shooting Lord of the Rings). The scene came out perfect, according to the informing sources. Due to the difficulty level of this part of the film, the crew in Loarre started shooting about noon and finished close to midnight. [...]

[15.01.2004] SidCity.net meldet...
Alexander Siddig (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Vertical Limit, Reign of Fire)
Sid plays Imad, the cavalry general of Saladin's army. (And he doesn't die!)


[13.01.2004] Bei a3n.tv gibt es einen Videoclip, der Orlando Bloom hoch zu Ross zeigt... Und Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Am 12. Januar haben die Dreharbeiten zu Ridley Scotts "Kingdom of Heaven" begonnen. Das von William Monahan geschriebene Kreuzritterepos um einen jungen Bauern, der zum Ritter geschlagen wird, entsteht in Spanien und Marokko. Zum illustren Cast zählen Orlando Bloom, Liam Neeson, Eva Green und - neu hinzugekommen - Jeremy Irons. Scott produziert das Fox-Projekt über seine Scott Free Prods. mit Branko Lustig als ausführenden Produzenten.

[10.01.2004] Bei Radio Ebro gibt es Bilder rund um das Castillo de Loarre, wo ab Montag gedreht wird...
[...] Bloom and Scott visited castle yesterday in order to start shootin on monday.
Eva Green is also now in Ayerbe (nearby Loarre hotel) where Fox has rented 32 rooms.
Next week will arrive Liam Neeson who plays Bloom´s father.
On the other hand more than 300 extras are ready to start next monday as villagers from medieval times. Around 100 million dollars will be spent by Fox in this epic production. [...]


[09.01.2004] CS! meldet...
Variety has confirmed that director Ridley Scott has cast Eva Green (The Dreamers) as the female lead in Kingdom of Heaven, the Crusades-era epic adventure currently filming in Morocco for 20th Century Fox.
She will play Sibylla, a princess who falls in love with Balian, a peasant-turned-knight played by Orlando Bloom. William Monahan wrote the script for the film which also stars David Thewlis and Liam Neeson.


[23.12.2003] JoBlo.com meldet...
[...] the role of the princess and love interest to Orlando was a coveted one, as is most lead roles in high-profile epics. Scott and the producers searched and searched and they have found their girl. Eva Green, to be seen next in the Bernardo Bertolucci film THE DREAMERS, has been cast as the female lead in the film. [...]

[19.12.2003] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
David Thewlis has become the latest actor to join the cast of director Ridley Scott's epic "Kingdom of Heaven" for 20th Century Fox. Thewlis will star opposite Orlando Bloom in the film, which is set in 12th century Europe and the Far East. [...] Thewlis will play a priest named Hospitaller. Additionally, Liam Neeson recently joined the cast as Bloom's father.

[09.12.2003] DH meldet...
[...] Liam Neeson has joined Ridley Scott's Crusades epic "Kingdom of Heaven" with Orlando Bloom which gets underway in Morocco next year. [...]

[06.12.2003] Die Ottawa Sun meldet...
[...] After Cinderella Man, Crowe plans to star for his Gladiator director Ridley Scott in the Crusades drama Kingdom of Heaven. [...]

[02.12.2003] CastilloDeLoArre.org zeigt Bilder vom Set und muss diese kurz darauf entfernen... *g*

[28.11.2003] DH meldet...
IC Wales reports that Kate Beckinsale`s ex-boyfriend Michael Sheen, recently seen as werewolf leader in Underworld, has joined Ridley Scott`s new movie with Orlando Bloom about the Crusades.

[26.11.2003] DH meldet...
Ridley Scott is apparently considering Charlie Chaplin's grand-daughter Kiera Chaplin ("Aimee Semple McPherson") for a major role in his Crusades epic.

[29.10.2003] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Shootingstar Orlando Bloom hat seinen Vertrag als Hauptdarsteller in Ridley Scotts nächstem Regieprojekt, "Kingdom of Heaven", unterzeichnet. Die im zwölften Jahrhundert während der Kreuzzüge angesiedelte Geschichte um einen jungen Bauern (Bloom), der zum Ritter geschlagen wird, ein Königreich rettet und sich in die Prinzessin von Jerusalem verliebt, wurde von William Monahan geschrieben. Scott produziert über seine mit Fox vertraglich gebundene Scott Free Prods. Branko Lustig ist ausführender Produzent. Am 12. Januar sollen die Dreharbeiten des Big-Budget-Projekts in Marokko beginnen.

[01.10.2003] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Der von Ridley Scott gegenüber "Blickpunkt:Film" bestätigte Kreuzritterfilm "Kingdom of Heaven" soll unbestätigten Quellen zufolge nächstes Jahr in Spanien und hauptsächlich Marokko gedreht werden, wo vor kurzem die Dreharbeiten zu einem weiteren Historienepos, Oliver Stones "Alexander the Great" begannen. Als Wunschkandidaten für den Kreuzritterprotagonisten werden Orlando Bloom und Paul Bettany gehandelt. William Monahan, der Scotts geplatztes Projekt "Tripoli" skriptete, liefert das Drehbuch. Neben Scottfree und Fox soll auch Branko Lustig, der schon "Gladiator", "Hannibal" und "Black Hawk Down" als ausführender Produzent betreute, Teil des Produzententeams werden. Fox hat noch kein grünes Licht für das Big-Budget-Projekt gegeben.

[01.10.2003] IGN FilmForce meldet...
One of the many projects that Ridley Scott has in development is one Variety calls "an epic adventure set during the 11th-century Crusades." Scott had reportedly planned on directing The Crusades after reteaming with Russell Crowe for another historical epic, Tripoli, but things appear to have changed. Both projects were scripted by William Monahan and are set up at 20th Century Fox where Scott will produce them under his Scott Free banner.
As Variety reported back in March 2002, The Crusades focuses on a period "when Christians were directed by the Church to forcefully spread their faith across Europe and into Jerusalem. The Crusades, which began in the 11th century, will provide a highly visual canvas for a drama featuring armor-clad warriors who bore red crosses on their breastplates and battled with spears, swords and shields."
Variety added that Scott hoped to direct it in 2003. Is that still the case?
IGN FilmForce recently attended a press conference for Scott's forthcoming Matchstick Men where we asked the Oscar-nominated filmmaker about his upcoming projects. "I'm doing Crusades next," Scott declared. "I can go to Morocco and shoot one man on a horse and it's six times cheaper in Morocco than in Spain." When asked who might star, Scott replied, "We're trying to get no star. We're trying to go that route."
We have now learned from very reliable sources who that unknown is: 29-year-old Aussie actor Joel Edgerton. He is perhaps best known as young Owen Lars in the Star Wars prequels. IGN FilmForce recently brought you the news that Edgerton was cast as Gawain, one of The Knights of the Round Table, in Disney's now-filming epic King Arthur.
Edgerton's other upcoming releases include Ned Kelly and The Night We Called It a Day. He also co-starred with Hugh Jackman in Erskineville Kings. While Edgerton's involvement with The Crusades is not a done deal, he is the leading contender to star.
So who might Edgerton play? According to what Scott said at the Matchstick Men conference, we believe it is King Baldwin IV who is the other lead role besides that of sultan-warrior Saladin.
"You've got Saladin, who is probably the wisest of all the knights, in the sense of the most trustworthy, the most honorable," Scott explained. "And they kept the peace in and around Jerusalem at that particular moment, even though it was being held by a Christian - Catholics, which the king of was Baldwin, who was the king of that Pharisees, and therefore had to wear masks - he wore a mask. He was twenty-five. It was this kind of a connection between him and Saladin which was respect. And because of that, Saladin was the ruler of the Muslims like no Muslim has been since. He drew them all together. The Battle of Hattin was the biggest single defeat of the Christian armies, both of them. He took back Jerusalem. Let them all go. Let everyone go."
Scott thinks The Crusades will prove to "be really fascinating. ... I've been on this idea of The Crusades for almost twenty years, you know. So I've been developing it for the last nineteen months, really, with another writer. I've been through two evolutions before... never got there because I felt the subject has to be dealt in such a delicate fashion. ... It's one giant misunderstanding."


[04.03.2002] CineCon meldet...
Variety reports that Ridley Scott ("Gladiator") has chosen the subject matter for his next picture: the religious Crusades of the 11th century. The film will begin shooting in 2003.
20th Century Fox has reportedly hired hired screenwriter William Monahan to pen the script about the time when Christians were directed by the church to "forcefully spread their faith across Europe and into Jerusalem."



Kingdom of Heaven
DVD & Video



DVDKönigreich der Himmel - Director's Cut
Special Edition (4 DVDs)

Blu-ray Disc
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 16 Jahren
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 4. September 2006
BD Erscheinungstermin: 15. Januar 2007


DVDKönigreich der Himmel
Special Edition (2 DVDs)

Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren
Bild: 16:9 (2.35:1) anamorph
Ton: Deutsch (DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1) & Englisch (DD 5.1)
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 24. November 2004
Extras: u.a. Kommentar "The Pilgrims Guide"; Inside Look: Tristan und Isolde; Making-Of

DVDKönigreich der Himmel
Single Disc

UMD
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren
DVD & UMD Erscheinungstermin: 24. November 2004


DVDKönigreich der Himmel
Exklusiv bei Amazon.de (2 DVDs inkl. 160-seitigem Buch)

Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren
Bild: 16:9 (2.35:1) anamorph
Ton: Deutsch (DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1) & Englisch (DD 5.1)
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 24. November 2004



Kingdom of Heaven
Links



Kingdom of Heaven
Offizielle Website
Offizielle Infos zum Film...
http://www.kingdomofheavenmovie.com

Die Kreuzzüge
Die Kreuzzuege - eine Materialsammung
Aufschlussreiche Infos rund um die Kreuzzüge von Karl-Heinz Schreiber...
http://www.kreuzzuege.de.tf



Kingdom of Heaven
Literatur



Zur Vertiefung...

Hans Eberhard Mayer
Geschichte der Kreuzzüge
Broschiert
304 Seiten (April 2000)

Dieses Buch schildert die Verstrickung der Kreuzzugsbewegung in die europäische Politik, ihre Rolle bei der Gestaltung der Beziehungen zwischen Byzanz und Europa sowie ihren Mißbrauch für eine expansive italienische und katalanische Handelspolitik...

Amin Maalouf
Der Heilige Krieg der Barbaren
Die Kreuzzüge aus der Sicht der Araber

Broschiert
299 Seiten (Juli 2003)

Der preisgekrönte Autor Amin Maalouf schildert anhand arabischer Chroniken und Berichte aus dem 11. bis 13. Jahrhundert das Drama der Kreuzzüge aus der Sicht der "anderen Seite". Er eröffnet einen neuen Konflikt zwischen dem christlichen Westen und dem islamischen Osten, der bis heute nachwirkt...



Kingdom of Heaven
Soundtrack



Harry Gregson-Williams (u.a. "Die Chroniken von Narnia", "Metal Gear Solid"-Videospiele, "Domino", "Shrek 2") sorgte für die musikalische Untermalung...

Harry Gregson-Williams
Königreich der Himmel
Kingdom of Heaven

Original-Soundtrack
Audio CD
Erscheinungstermin: 2. Mai 2005

19 Titel: u.a. Burning the Past; Crusaders; Saladin; Path to Heaven; Light of Life (Ibelin Reprise)



Kingdom of Heaven
Trailer



Kingdom of Heaven
Extended Trailer
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Kingdom of Heaven
Trailer
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Apple.com (Div. Formate)
Apple.com (LoRes, 5.46 MB)
Yahoo! (36.8 MB)


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