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Summer of the Falcon
Feature 91
YEAR: 1981
DIRECTOR: Tom Donovan    
WRITER: Clare Labine      
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Clar Productions Ltd Paul Avila Mayer Productions   
PRODUCER: Tom Hayes    Clare Labine      
CAST: Richard Burton    Kate Mulgrew    Nicholas Clay    Cyril Cusack    Geraldine Fitzgerald    Niall Toibin  
LOCATION: Tipperary,Galway,Clare
EDITOR: Russell Lloyd      
DOP: Richard H Kline      
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Also known as Lovespell, this is a dramatisation of the infamous Tristan and Isolt legend.

While in Ireland, Mark, King of Cornwall falls in love with Isolt, a young princess. On returning home he dispatches his nephew to Ireland to return with Isolt so that he can marry her. However in Ireland Tristan and Isolt fall in love and, although she returns to marry Mark, she refuses to sleep with him. Mark soon discovers her affair and banishes Mark. Wandering the countryside, Tristan is attacked by bandits and Mark allows him to return home as he nears death. However when Isolt sees the black flag on the ship, she believes that Tristain is dead and she throws herself from a cliff. The two dying lovers are reunited on the beach.





 
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