Barbarossa

Synopsis:
Genre: Documentary
Year:
2007
30 min
20 Views


[SNORTING, SQUEALING]

[SNORTING, SQUEALING CONTINUE]

[MEN YELLING]

[SNORTING, SQUEALING CONTINUE]

[MEN YELLING]

[ROARING]

[SHOUTING]

- Hyah! Hyah!

- This way!

- Hyah! Hyah!

- Move it!

Out of the way!

Get... Get out of the way!

Hyah! Hyah!

[WHINNYING]

[SHOUTING, GASPING]

[WHINNYING]

Hyah! Hyah!

Hah!

[SNORTING]

[WHINNYING]

Go! Go!

Almost got him!

- Go! Go!

- Over there!

Quickly!

Hah!

- Hyah!

- Hyah!

Hyah! Hyah!

- Get it!

- Move!

[WHINNYING]

Hah! Hah!

- Hyah! Hyah!

- Hyah! Hyah!

[MEN SHOUTING]

Get it!

You men, go that way.

- Lead on!

- Hyah!

Hyah! Hyah! Hyah!

- Hyah! Hyah!

- Hyah! Hyah! Hyah!

Hyah!

[WHINNYING]

Whoa.

[WHINNYING]

[SHOUTS]

[GASPS]

[SNORTING, SQUEALING]

[ROARING]

[SHRIEKING]

[WHINNYING]

[GRUNTING]

[BOAR HOWLS]

[BODY FALLS]

[HORSES WHINNYING]

Don't come any closer.

I told you to stop.

I'm not a wild boar.

I'm Frederick von Hohenstaufen,

your emperor.

You are Barbarossa?

Is that what they call me here?

Yes. And who are you?

I'm Alberto da Giussano,

son of Giovanni,

Milanese and blacksmith.

Well, blacksmith,

take this dagger.

It'll serve you when you become a man.

[HOOF BEATS]

- There's the emperor!

- Here he is! Over here!

[GASPING]

- Ho!

- We are here, Your Majesty.

[HORSES WHINNYING]

[HOOF BEATS]

[BARBAROSSA]:
I'm not so sure

this was a good idea.

[MAN]:
Hildegard von Bingen

is a great seer.

They say she can even

see through bodies

and that when she was five years old,

she described perfectly a calf

that was still in its mother's womb.

[BARKING]

[PRAYING IN LATIN]

[CLAPS]

They write their own music.

The calf was already dead

in the cow's womb.

Why this journey?

My sovereign and yours is here

to seek your counsel.

Tomorrow he marries for the second time.

He wishes to know if...

The wedding is blessed.

Her virgin tree is not ripe yet,

but the roots are strong.

She will bear fruits.

Come closer,

you...

who claim to be

king among the kings.

Is it written somewhere in my destiny

that I will reunite the empire?

Listen to my words.

Frederick of Swabia...

your name...

shall be remembered for centuries.

But beware.

Beware of the water.

Beware of the scythe.

The scythe brings defeat.

The water...

brings death.

Beware of water.

So here she is, the future empress.

I just hope that she can make my cousin

happier than his previous wife,

who was incapable of being loved

and even more incapable of

bearing him any children.

[MAN]:
We all hope so.

And as you most certainly know,

His Majesty has now wished

for an heir for too long.

I'm afraid he's going to have to wait

a bit longer for that.

But he can console himself.

Beatrice brings the whole of Bourgogne

in dowry.

[SPEAKING FRENCH]

[FRENCH]

[GUESTS MURMURING]

[MAN WHISPERING]: At least she's prettier

than the last one.

[WOMAN #1 WHISPERING]: But she's just

a child. I didn't realize she was so young.

[WOMAN #2 WHISPERING]: Well, at least

she will be able to bear children.

Promising indeed, the little French girl.

Apparently, she can even read.

[MAN GRUNTS]

[LAUGHING]

My father is going to kill me.

How are you, Nicola?

Guys, you're all wet.

What have you been up to?

I don't want to talk about it.

Where have you been? Evandro was about

to leave without you.

- I'm sorry, Father. I'm sorry.

- Alberto, let's get going.

We must reach the river before dawn.

I'm sorry, Evandro.

[CHUCKLING]

[CLICKS TONGUE]

[HORSE WHINNIES]

[MEN CHUCKLING]

Quickly, give them to me.

Here. Put them with the others.

- The Lodigiani are still sleeping.

- Just as well.

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