What goes on in the bedroom between Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn is the crux of Wolf Hall.
Natalie Dormer as Anne Boleyn is charming and enticing.
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In the hard, stern, persecuting reign of her whose mother had been set aside for the sake of the "Gospel light" that shone in Boleyn's eyes, – women were burnt for faith's sake; and that gentle and learned "child-wife," Lady Jane Grey, suffered unreprieved, for the ambition of others.
1533 - Henry VIII of England's new wife, Anne Boleyn, is crowned as queen.
Natalie does not come out too well in Boleyn … she’s kind of a shrieking mess.
“Your Grace,” called Boleyn, motioning Brandon over.
The story is told from the point of view of Mary Boleyn, which is quite a brilliant decision because it allowed Gregory to speak from a point of view largely ignored or unknown in the history of the Boleyns and the court of King Henry VIII.