Arn: The Kingdom at Road's End (2008)

Director
Peter Flinth

Main cast
Joakim Nätterqvist; Morgan Alling; Bibi Andersson; Stellan Skarsgård; Bibi Andersson

Genres
Action, Adventure, Drama, History

Description
Arn has served his term in the Holy land and returns home to be reunited with his beloved Cecilia. When he returns home, he discovers that political forces tries to separate him and Cecilia - but thanks to queen Blanka they can finally get married. Arn knows that war is looming and with his martial knowledge he starts to build an army at his new home at Forsvik.


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