|Prince of Jutland|
Promotional poster for the film under the title Royal Deceit
|Directed by||Gabriel Axel|
|Produced by||Kees Kasander|
|Written by||Gabriel Axel|
|Music by||Per Nørgård|
|Edited by||Jean-François Naudon|
|Distributed by||Constantin Film|
Prince of Jutland, also known as Royal Deceit, is a 1994 drama adventure film co-written and directed by Gabriel Axel and starring Christian Bale, Gabriel Byrne, Helen Mirren, and Kate Beckinsale. It is an adaptation of the Danish legend of prince Amleth, drawing upon the 12th century works of Saxo Grammaticus, which was also the inspiration for Shakespeare's Hamlet.
- Gabriel Byrne as Fenge
- Helen Mirren as Geruth
- Christian Bale as Amled, son of Hardvendel and Geruth
- Brian Cox as Aethelwine, Duke
- Steven Waddington as Ribold
- Kate Beckinsale as Ethel
- Saskia Wickham as Gunvor
- David Bateson as Hother
- Andy Serkis as Torsten
- Tom Wilkinson as Hardvendel, King of Danes
- Freddie Jones as Bjorn
- Tony Haygarth as Ragnar
- Mark Williams as Aslak
- Ewen Bremner as Frovin
- Philip Rham as Aelfred, son of Aethelwine
- Richard Dempsey as Sigurd
- Lovie McGregor (1 November 2012). Christian Bale! the Dark Knight Unmasked: Demystify the Real Christian Bale. Ebook.GD Publishing. pp. 10–. ISBN 978-1-61323-031-2.
- Max Louwerse; Willie Van Peer (1 January 2002). Thematics: Interdisciplinary Studies. John Benjamins Publishing. pp. 316–. ISBN 1-58811-282-9.
- Mette Hjort; Scott Mackenzie (18 August 2005). Cinema and Nation. Routledge. pp. 105–. ISBN 978-1-134-61884-2.
- Royal Deceit on IMDb
- Prince of Jutland at Rotten Tomatoes
- Prince of Jutland in the Danish Film Database
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