Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)

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Snow White and the Huntsman
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TitleSnow White and the Huntsman
Year2012
CountryUnited Kingdom, USA
GenreFantasy (Movies)
FranchiseSnow White and the Huntsman (2012 - 2016)
Run Time2h 7 min
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While admiring a bright red rose blooming during a deep winter, Queen Eleanor of the kingdom of Tabor pricks her finger on one of its thorns. Drops of blood fall onto the snow, and she wishes for a daughter with skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, hair as black as a raven’s wings, and a heart as strong as that rose. She gives birth to a daughter, Snow White, but falls ill and dies many years later. After her death, Snow White’s father, King Magnus, and his army battle an invading dark army of dark glass soldiers. King Magnus finds a prisoner called Ravenna and, upon rescuing her, becomes enchanted with her beauty and marries her. Ravenna is in fact a powerful sorceress and the Dark Army’s master. On their wedding night, Ravenna confesses that there was a king much like Magnus that hurt her and discarded her. She declares that she will not be discarded and kills Magnus before taking over the kingdom.

Snow White’s childhood friend William and his father, Duke Hammond, escape the castle but are unable to rescue her, and she is captured and locked away in a tower for several years. Tabor and its people deteriorate under Queen Ravenna’s rule. She periodically drains the youth from the kingdom’s young women in order to maintain a spell cast over her as a child by her mother, which allows her to keep her youthful beauty. When her stepdaughter Snow White comes of age, she learns from her Magic Mirror that Snow White is destined to destroy her unless she consumes the girl’s heart, which will make her immortal. Ravenna orders her brother Finn to bring her Snow White’s heart, but Snow White escapes into the Dark Forest, where Ravenna has no power. Ravenna makes a bargain with Eric the Huntsman, a widower and drunkard, to capture Snow White, promising to bring his wife back to life in exchange.

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While admiring a bright red rose blooming during a deep winter, Queen Eleanor of the kingdom of Tabor pricks her finger on one of its thorns. Drops of blood fall onto the snow, and she wishes for a daughter with skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, hair as black as a raven’s wings, and a heart as strong as that rose. She gives birth to a daughter, Snow White, but falls ill and dies many years later. After her death, Snow White’s father, King Magnus, and his army battle an invading dark army of dark glass soldiers. King Magnus finds a prisoner called Ravenna and, upon rescuing her, becomes enchanted with her beauty and marries her. Ravenna is in fact a powerful sorceress and the Dark Army’s master. On their wedding night, Ravenna confesses that there was a king much like Magnus that hurt her and discarded her. She declares that she will not be discarded and kills Magnus before taking over the kingdom.

Snow White’s childhood friend William and his father, Duke Hammond, escape the castle but are unable to rescue her, and she is captured and locked away in a tower for several years. Tabor and its people deteriorate under Queen Ravenna’s rule. She periodically drains the youth from the kingdom’s young women in order to maintain a spell cast over her as a child by her mother, which allows her to keep her youthful beauty. When her stepdaughter Snow White comes of age, she learns from her Magic Mirror that Snow White is destined to destroy her unless she consumes the girl’s heart, which will make her immortal. Ravenna orders her brother Finn to bring her Snow White’s heart, but Snow White escapes into the Dark Forest, where Ravenna has no power. Ravenna makes a bargain with Eric the Huntsman, a widower and drunkard, to capture Snow White, promising to bring his wife back to life in exchange.

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