Juana La Loca
00:00:28:Tordesillas,|the year of Our Lord 1554.
00:00:35:She is 74 years old
00:00:38:and has been locked up in this|castle for almost halfa century.
00:00:41:She has been successively|betrayed by her father,
00:00:44:by her husband|and by her son.
00:00:47:Daughter of|the Catholic Monarchs,
00:00:49:wife ofPhilip ofHabsburg,|mother ofthe Emperor Charles V,
00:00:54:queen in her own right|of Castile and Aragon.
00:00:59:They call her
00:01:01:Joan the Mad.
00:01:07:When l close my eyes,|he approaches me.
00:01:11:l feel his skin|beneath my fingertips.
00:01:13:His voice flows into my ears.
00:01:16:l perceive the odor|ofhis armpits.
00:01:19:He arouses my desire.
00:01:22:l do not fear death.
00:01:24:No matter what,|it will take me to Philip.
00:01:29:JOAN THE MAD
00:03:56:We're spending the night here.
00:03:59:Laredo is only a few hours away.
00:04:01:-Anything else, captain?|-Whatever Her Majesty orders.
00:04:25:May l still call you Alvar?
00:04:27:Of course, princess.
00:04:32:You may still call me Joan.
00:04:39:You gave it to me, remember?
00:04:41:l'll never forget|our happy childhood days.
00:04:47:They're taking me|to be wed, Alvar.
00:04:51:All my blessings.
00:05:23:What are you thinking, daughter?
00:05:26:This time tomorrow,|l'll be on my way to Flanders.
00:05:30:And far from you.
00:05:32:lt's God's will.
00:05:36:And yours too.
00:05:39:That is so.
00:05:41:The sovereign of Castile,
00:05:43:Queen lsabella the Catholic,
00:05:45:has set out, accompanied|by her children.
00:05:49:They are all there,
00:05:50:Princess lsabella,|John, Catherine and Maria,
00:05:54:to accompany their sisterJoan
00:05:56:as she sets out on her|greatjourney to Flanders.
00:06:00:Laredo, August, 1496.
00:06:29:Be a good girl, Catherine.
00:06:33:l'll be thinking about you.
00:07:15:God chose to make me|Queen of Castile.
00:07:18:My people have crossed the seas|in search of another world.
00:07:23:Yet the sea is still|a mystery to me.
00:07:32:l am too old|to undertake a voyage.
00:07:36:So you will never|come to see me.
00:07:38:My duty is to your father|and to Castile,
00:07:41:as your duty will be|to Philip of Habsburg,
00:07:43:to Burgundy and to Flanders.
00:07:47:l shall obey you, mother.
00:07:49:l know that my life, like yours,|requires greater endeavor
00:07:52:than my humble person|can offer.
00:08:04:That is so.
00:08:10:My prayer book.
00:08:16:l got it from my mother.
00:08:26:You were born a princess|and must accept it.
00:08:29:lt is true that your marriage|to Philip is for political reasons,
00:08:33:but some happiness|is also possible.
00:08:37:No one, except God,
00:08:40:possesses the power and knowledge|of what is to come.
00:08:44:Did you know father|before you married him?
00:08:47:l married Ferdinand for love.
00:08:51:How will l know|if l love Philip?
00:09:02:Put it there.|Be careful.
00:09:12:Perhaps you will never know.
00:09:14:lf that is so,
00:09:16:take consolation in living|in sanctity with a man.
00:09:19:And if you're asked,
00:09:21:answer as l do,|that you married him for love.
00:09:30:lt is an enormous task.
00:09:35:a painful and terrible task.
00:10:09:Don't cry, child.
00:10:12:You'll soon have a husband.
00:10:14:Soon, my princess,
00:10:17:you'll be a woman|and you'll dream of paradise.
00:10:37:Raise your bows.
00:11:16:The Spanish fleet|arrived yesterday
00:11:17:in Ostende, sire.
00:11:19:-How is the princess?|-Princess Joan
00:11:21:is in good health.
00:11:23:She is anxious to meet you.|Tomorrow morning
00:11:26:-she will reach Brussels.|-Lord de Veyre,
00:11:28:how soon can we be|in Brussels?
00:11:31:With a change of horses,|we can be in the palace
00:11:34:tomorrow evening, sire.
00:12:54:Brigitte de la Motte.
00:12:59:Carlota de Foix.
00:13:03:lnés de Bravante.
00:13:23:The letter, madam.
00:13:37:''l have the honor to address
00:13:39:the Archduke of Austria and|Duke of Burgundy and Bravante,
00:13:42:and to wish you every blessing|on behalf of my beloved parents,
00:13:46:the monarchs|of Castile and Aragon.
00:13:48:l also wish to express|my joy and satisfaction
00:13:51:on establishing|between our kingdoms
00:13:53:an eternal union blessed|by the Pope and the Church.''
00:14:15:The princess and l wish|to be married immediately.
00:14:22:Who must give us the blessing?
00:14:24:Sire, it is the Bishop of Malinas|who is to bless this union,
00:14:29:but that will be, God willing,|a week from now.
00:14:33:The ceremony will take place|on that day as planned,
00:14:36:but the princess and l wish|to celebrate it in privacy, now.
00:14:41:Do you agree, princess?
00:14:47:Your blessing, father.
00:14:53:May the Lord God
00:14:55:confirm your mutual consent|expressed before the Church.
00:14:59:What God has joined|let no man pull asunder.
00:15:15:We shall see you at the official|ceremony within a week.
00:17:02:Brigitte, lnés!|Come here!
00:17:25:The old folk say that|a lass pulls more than a rope.
00:17:29:But they forget one thing.
00:17:32:You have to adorn the lass.
00:17:35:Now, my princess,|take a little turn around.
00:17:38:Just a few steps.
00:17:56:lf you don't close your legs,|the whole court will laugh.
00:18:12:Are all lovers like him, Aida?
00:18:15:No, my child, no.
00:18:20:Tonight l'll paint your nipples|and your lips with henna.
00:18:25:l want you to drive him mad.
00:18:37:Death has begun|to trace out its plans
00:18:41:by stealing the life ofJohn,
00:18:43:the firstborn of|the Catholic Monarchs.
00:18:47:Fate will still have to cut short|another four lives
00:18:51:before making Joan into|the heiress to the crown of Castile.
00:19:05:lt's a girl!
00:19:09:Meanwhile, at the court|in Brussels,
00:19:12:life was forcing|its way through
00:19:14:thanks to Joan's|abundant fertility.
00:19:25:She will be called Eleanor.
00:19:49:Sire, it was a very easy birth,|and very beautiful.
00:20:35:Joan, are you there?
00:20:46:She's a glutton.
00:20:50:She wants to devour me.
00:20:56:You're the only princess|who breastfeeds her children.
00:21:00:-Why do you insist?|-l like it.
00:21:02:And so does Eleanor.
00:21:05:lt helps ease|the pain in my breasts.
00:21:07:There are other ways|to ease that pain.
00:21:11:l will not be milked|like a cow.
00:21:14:My daughter is alive and l want|to feed her with my own blood.
00:21:17:Your words and your behavior|are surprising everyone.
00:21:25:Don't get dressed.
00:21:30:Lord de Veyre received a letter|from my father. l have to see him.
00:21:33:Let him wait.
00:21:35:He has told me|there is important news
00:21:38:regarding our friends|from France.
00:21:50:Your husband has duties which|require his attention, madam.
00:21:52:My husband's first duty|is to make me happy.
00:22:04:l am full.
00:22:06:You are mad.
00:22:08:Joan, it is barely a month|since you gave birth.
00:22:13:We mustn't abandon ourselves|to such transports.
00:22:24:the days and months passed|happily in the palace.
00:23:12:-Yes, madam?|-An indisposition.
00:23:25:Accompany her.|You go too.
00:23:42:lt is nothing, sire.
00:24:08:-Madam, do you feel well?|-Yes, very well.
00:24:16:The poor man shits,|the rich man too.
00:24:24:-What can ail her?|-l don't know.
00:24:30:ls anything wrong, madam?
00:24:35:How pregnant is she?
00:24:39:She wouldn't have it|here and now?
00:24:42:Her Highness is like a cow.
00:24:47:Say something, madam, please.
00:24:57:The newborn would become,|with time,
00:25:01:the glorious Emperor Charles l|ofSpain and Vof Germany.
00:25:06:Give the word.
00:25:21:The hand ofdeath would soon|strike down Queen lsabella,
00:25:26:on November24, 1504.
00:25:31:Send the swiftest horseman|you have
00:25:34:to carry the news to Flanders.
00:26:01:l hear there is an old friendship|between you and Princess Joan.
00:26:05:My father was her Latin teacher.|l often played with the princess.
00:26:10:Perhaps the news will be less|painful coming from your lips.
00:26:14:How many days will it take you|to reach Brussels?
00:26:17:l'll ride day and night.
00:26:46:'' Because of the great heat
00:26:47:and because the windows|were closed,
00:26:50:her dress was undone
00:26:52:and her breasts were revealed|like two apples from Paradise.''
00:26:56:A woman and a tipple|by the nipple.
00:27:08:Raise your head, madam.
00:27:10:Look a little longer|in this direction. Like that.
00:27:15:What are they laughing at?
00:27:17:Aida is competing|with you, sir.
00:27:20:-l do not understand, madam.|-Ask lnés de Bravante.
00:27:24:-Why are you laughing, Lady lnés?|-l'm being tickled.
00:27:28:Ask her who tickles her at night.
00:27:32:Which fortunate gentleman|tickles you at night?
00:27:36:Does he make you laugh
00:27:37:-like that?|-What a cheek! How dare you?
00:27:40:My breast guards|that secret jealously.
00:27:46:ls it the breast|you're painting so carefully
00:27:49:which guards your secrets?
00:28:01:Without the necklace.
00:28:04:-lt's better with the pink dress.|-l hate pink.
00:28:07:lt's my lord Philip|who hates pink.
00:28:10:''And turning the other way,
00:28:12:ashamed that he could|be seen by Diafebus,
00:28:15:unable to pronounce another|word, he said: l love.''
00:29:04:A double step.
00:29:26:A messenger has arrived from Spain.
00:29:49:Speak. What has|happened in Castile?
00:29:52:Castile has been orphaned.
00:30:22:Lord de Veyre.
00:30:24:Proclaim court mourning.
00:30:36:''Thank you'' is little|for your efforts, captain.
00:30:44:Where is Philip?
00:30:47:The archduke|wasn't feeling well.
00:30:50:He went out for air|a moment ago.
00:30:52:He'll be in the hunting lodge.
00:31:09:Do you know|what this news means?
00:31:13:You and the archduke are now|the monarchs of Castile.
00:31:55:Make way for Princess Joan!
00:31:57:Make way for the archduchess!
00:32:04:What is happening?
00:32:05:They're guarding|the palace, as usual.
00:32:11:Restrain that dog!
00:32:15:You want it to attack me?
00:32:21:Where is the archduke?
00:32:27:Lord de Veyre,
00:32:28:where is the archduke?
00:32:29:lt would be best|if you did not know, madam.
00:33:20:-Son of a bitch!|-Mind your tongue!
00:33:23:You're talking like a slut|and l won't be humiliated.
00:33:27:lt is l who have been humiliated!|l who have been betrayed!
00:33:32:l feel dirty.
00:33:52:lt must be madness
00:33:53:to love someone|as despicable as you!
00:33:56:Who was that?
00:34:10:l have to know|who that whore is.
00:34:28:l shall give you the news.
00:34:31:Queen lsabella is dead.
00:34:34:The archduchess is now|Queen Joan of Castile
00:34:37:and you are consort.
00:34:39:My mother is dead!
00:34:43:My husband is unfaithful!
00:34:46:My mother is dead!
00:34:49:My husband is unfaithful!
00:34:55:My mother is dead!
00:35:00:My husband is unfaithful!
00:35:06:My mother is dead!
00:35:12:None of this is true.
00:35:17:Whims of Joan the Mad,|because l am mad.
00:35:21:l'm mad, am l not?
00:35:25:Yes, l am mad.
00:35:27:Mad, mad, mad!
00:35:29:l'm mad! l'm mad!
00:36:01:lnés, come here.
00:36:31:Hold this whore.
00:36:32:-Madam, please...|-Hold her!
00:36:38:-Madam...|-l said l want scissors.
00:36:49:Do not commit an injustice.
00:37:29:The queen is suspicious.
00:37:34:She thinks that...|And with her own hands...
00:38:16:Why did you do it?
00:38:18:l hate everything that comes|between your body and mine,
00:38:21:even the air.
00:38:23:Your behavior is scandalous.
00:38:26:l am sovereign of Burgundy|and l've made you king of Castile.
00:38:30:But l also want to be your wife,
00:38:32:-your woman and your whore.|-Am l to be compelled?
00:38:36:l'm more powerful than you,|and craftier.
00:38:39:And more shameless,|to speak to me in that tone.
00:38:42:lt isn't shamelessness.
00:38:50:With reason it's rumored|that you are mad.
00:39:07:Mad, because l love you|to the point of madness?
00:39:13:Mad, because l want you|to be mine?
00:39:20:because l don't want you going to|another for what l have in abundance?
00:39:29:Mad, because l aspire to engender
00:39:32:and bear your children?
00:39:39:Mad with love.
00:39:42:ls that madness?
00:40:53:Joan and Philip|traveled to Spain
00:40:55:to be proclaimed|sovereigns of Castile.
00:40:58:The people gave|an enthusiastic welcome
00:41:01:to the young monarchs.
00:41:08:Look at her.
00:41:09:She's holding him so tightly|it's like she wanted to hurt him.
00:41:13:Untimely bouts of crying,|groundless fits of rage,
00:41:20:the ugliest ladies-in-waiting.|You know why?
00:41:22:Yes, the king is|an inveterate womanizer,
00:41:26:unworthy of the love|the queen bears him.
00:41:29:And unworthy of occupying|the throne of Castile.
00:41:33:Philip wants to be rid|of a jealous wife
00:41:36:and also be rid of one|who is queen of Castile.
00:41:39:Don't pretend you don't know.
00:42:10:l want you to love Philip|as if he too were Castilian.
00:42:14:l want the people|to be happy with their king.
00:42:17:The people love you,|and will love what you love.
00:42:32:l am a doctor,|and l can tell you.
00:42:35:-She is not mad.|-The people think otherwise.
00:42:38:They don't give the same meaning|to the word ''mad'' as you do.
00:42:41:Speak to those who have lived|with her in Flanders.
00:42:44:They'll tell you|what they've seen and heard.
00:43:13:We have visitors.|Honest people.
00:43:20:Leave this table free.
00:43:51:A gentleman has requested|your services.
00:44:14:She pleases you?
00:44:18:Her name is Aixa.
00:44:20:Would you like|to see her close up?
00:44:27:lt's a beautiful body.
00:44:30:The body of a woman|who risks her life every night
00:44:33:coming to dance here.
00:44:35:She risks her life?
00:44:40:She risks her life|so as not to die,
00:44:42:to go on living.
00:44:44:Don't you know|the Moors are persecuted?
00:44:48:She's a Moor?
00:44:49:A king's daughter.
00:45:05:Would you like|to see all of it?
00:46:02:He's been so long.|What if something has happened?
00:46:05:-Your worries are unfounded.|-He's been gone for five hours.
00:46:09:The king forgets everything|when he goes hunting.
00:46:15:You think he's hunting?
00:46:23:Philip is unfaithful.
00:46:31:You like tormenting yourself.
00:46:34:You know that the king|has often betrayed me.
00:46:39:Say you won't scold me,
00:46:41:and l'll tell you|what l've recently learned.
00:46:50:No, it isn't him.
00:47:02:You were saying?
00:47:09:The king goes out|every afternoon,
00:47:12:and he doesn't come back|for at least three hours.
00:47:15:l had my page Hernán|follow him.
00:47:18:Where did the king go?
00:47:20:You will never guess.
00:47:23:He went to a mansion|known to be a place of sin.
00:47:26:Are you sure it was the king?
00:47:30:Yes, yes, yes!
00:47:32:Would to God|l were mistaken, Elvira!
00:47:35:Madam, think. There can only be|the lowest of women in that place.
00:47:39:And what? They're still women|like us, aren't they?
00:47:42:Don't they have the same|between their legs as we do?
00:48:27:l was worried.
00:48:33:-Tell me if you're unfaithful.|-What do you mean?
00:48:36:l know you visit|a house of ill-repute.
00:48:42:Answer me. At least|take the trouble to lie.
00:48:46:lt's impossible for us|to live in peace.
00:48:53:Tell me you're faithful.
00:48:55:Trust your husband.
00:48:58:Tell me you're faithful.
00:49:01:-Tell me and l'll believe you.|-My dear Joan,
00:49:03:you worry me.
00:49:05:You ask too much of me|with your rages.
00:49:26:l want to be yours.
00:49:28:l want to love you|even if you loathe me.
00:50:05:Whatever l say?
00:50:10:Whatever you say.
00:50:19:Your Flemish gentleman.
00:50:24:He tries to conceal who he is,|but his appearance gives him away.
00:50:28:Dress as what you are.
00:50:31:Make him dream of heaven|but don't grant it to him.
00:50:35:lf l am heaven, how can l refuse|it to him? He's relentless.
00:50:41:-Just a little piece.|-This little piece.
00:50:47:-ln any case, don't kiss him.|-Not as l kiss you.
00:51:20:Hell of Satan and Beelzebub,
00:51:23:raging fire of corpses,
00:51:24:forces of the air, of the earth,|of the sea and of fire,
00:51:28:l call on you.
00:51:30:lf it is true that you have|more power than humankind,
00:51:33:come to my aid, here and now.
00:51:44:Satan, Asmodeus|and your thousand names.
00:51:53:How much do you need?
00:51:55:-500 escudos.|-Speak to Lord de Veyre.
00:52:29:State your name.
00:52:31:Captain Santos|Fernández Corrales.
00:52:34:You're under arrest.|Your weapons.
00:53:07:Your bow isn't very tense today.|What's wrong?
00:53:14:My heart belongs to you, madam.
00:53:18:You bring peace to my senses,
00:53:21:and l could not do without you,
00:53:24:but l have to leave for Burgos.
00:53:27:-With the monarchs perhaps?|-Yes.
00:53:29:With the monarchs.
00:53:34:and ask in exchange|whatever you may desire.
00:53:37:A house, possessions, servants,
00:53:41:and even an allowance.
00:53:44:-Are you a friend of the king?|-More than a friend.
00:53:47:You could say|that the king and l
00:53:50:are one and the same person.
00:54:20:l want to be a lady-in-waiting.
00:54:24:Don't you want to have me near?
00:54:29:For me or for you?
00:54:33:For both of us.
00:54:36:Whether here or in Burgos,|l need protection,
00:54:40:exposed as l am
00:54:41:to the rumors and condemnations|of the townspeople.
00:54:45:l am a Moor.
00:54:54:The only protection l have
00:54:57:is that offered|by Captain Corrales.
00:55:04:Before you spill forth,|l demand an answer.
00:55:09:Whatever you want.
00:55:33:lt is September, 1506,
00:55:36:when the newsovereigns|of Castile
00:55:37:make their entrance|into Burgos.
00:56:03:-Ana Sainz de Torrijos.|-Amalia Wapico.
00:56:06:-Cristina de Acevedo.|-Beatriz de Bobadilla.
00:56:09:María del Llano Vilches.
00:56:16:They are too beautiful.
00:56:18:They have been chosen|from the most noble families,
00:56:21:as is fitting.
00:56:34:l wish the Castilian court|to be noted for its austerity.
00:56:37:Extravagant hairstyles|and ostentatious garments
00:56:42:l want simplicity.
00:56:46:You may leave.
00:57:30:Are you happy?
00:57:34:The people love us.
00:57:36:The people are delighted to have|a king as handsome as you.
00:57:42:And so am l.
00:58:05:Put your hand here.
00:58:28:Tell my father that if it's a boy,|l'll call it after him.
00:59:33:The king of Castile.
01:00:08:Can Parliament really decide|who governs Castile?
01:00:15:But the effect|of this meal on our mood
01:00:17:will be more influential.
01:00:20:You and l shall decide.|l abandon Castile unconditionally.
01:00:23:l want to attend|to my affairs in ltaly.
01:00:30:Germaine, who was reared at|the effeminate French court,
01:00:35:is not adapting to being|the wife of Ferdinand of Aragon.
01:00:38:She finds us coarse and austere.
01:00:45:l want a son.
01:00:47:The doctors say that a woman's|womb can refuse to procreate
01:00:51:when there's a lack of affection|around her.
01:00:54:They may be right.
01:01:03:Also, why should l hide it?
01:01:05:My marriage to Germaine|did not please Castile.
01:01:08:They accuse me of betraying|lsabella's memory.
01:01:15:Tell me about Joan.
01:01:21:Joan is pregnant again. She is|in good health but is prone
01:01:26:to certain obsessions,|to outlandish behavior.
01:01:28:Save your excuses.|My daughter Joan is mad.
01:01:34:How do you think l should act?
01:01:38:You want to exclude her|from government
01:01:41:and l don't object.
01:01:42:l have said so|to your father, the emperor.
01:01:48:Perhaps you should see her|in Burgos and judge for yourself.
01:01:53:No, l don't want to see her|in that state.
01:01:56:Moreover, it would be cruel|to confront her with Germaine.
01:02:01:But, l admit,
01:02:04:it's also unfair to prevent|Germaine from meeting
01:02:06:her step-daughter,|the mad queen of Castile.
01:02:26:Do you believe Joan is mad?
01:02:28:lt suits Don Ferdinand|that his daughter is mad.
01:02:34:And do you believe|that it also suits me?
01:02:37:That is not the question.
01:02:39:Who does Joan want for king?|Her father or her husband?
01:02:44:For the moment, you have|the father's permission
01:02:47:to declare that|his daughter is mad.
01:03:15:Leave us, Elvira.
01:03:34:You are frozen.
01:03:36:-Do you feel unwell?|-No, madam.
01:03:42:-Are you jealous?|-l don't know.
01:03:44:As all women are, l think,|Your Majesty.
01:03:47:What do you think of jealousy?
01:03:49:Jealousy accompanies love, madam.|That's the saying.
01:03:53:l believe|it's even more than that.
01:03:56:l believe you aren't in love|if you aren't jealous.
01:04:08:They say that you know a spell|for provoking jealousy.
01:04:32:The hand of Fatima.
01:04:49:Look straight ahead.|Keep your eyes on the horizon.
01:04:52:Do you see that officer|commanding the guard?
01:04:56:What do you think of him?
01:04:58:He seems handsome, madam.
01:05:03:He and l played at games|which were not so innocent.
01:05:08:We invoked Venus with a spell.
01:05:24:Why am l telling you this?
01:05:28:l've only known you|for a few days.
01:05:34:-Swear that you will be discreet.|-l swear, Majesty.
01:05:38:Not a word to Elvira.
01:05:41:-She's such a grouch.|-As you wish, madam.
01:05:44:And not a word to your uncle|Juan Manuel.
01:05:47:l'm going to put Philip|to the test.
01:05:52:Will you help me?
01:05:54:-Yes, madam.|-Your spell.
01:05:57:Cast your spell.
01:06:33:ls something worrying you, sire?
01:06:36:No. lt's nothing.
01:07:19:-Are you feeling better, sire?|-l'm well, thank you.
01:07:34:We must talk.
01:08:13:You dare to come here,
01:08:15:and instead of reproaching you|l'm trembling with joy.
01:08:19:l bring a message from the queen.|She's waiting for you. She wants
01:08:22:to make you jealous.
01:08:25:l am already jealous,
01:08:27:but of her, because she has|more time with you than l.
01:08:30:l fear that, like the queen,|we have all lost our reason.
01:09:00:Alvaro de Estúñiga.
01:09:04:l hear you have been in ltaly.
01:09:06:Yes, Majesty,|fighting the enemies of Spain.
01:09:10:Gonzalo de Córdoba is|the best captain in the world.
01:09:13:What he would give to hear you|say those words, Your Highness.
01:09:39:How long is it since you said|farewell to me in Laredo?
01:09:44:August, 1496, Majesty.
01:10:14:Why are you trembling? lt isn't|the first time l've kissed you.
01:10:19:Have you forgotten?
01:10:22:You don't forget|what marks you for life.
01:10:24:We were children.
01:10:27:Tell me,|what do you think of me now?
01:10:31:you are the queen, madam.
01:10:39:Your father was|my Latin teacher.
01:10:42:Do you remember the words|you said to me one day?
01:10:51:Animula vagula, blandula.
01:10:55:Do you remember?
01:10:58:Little, wandering|and tender soul.
01:11:01:l became enraptured...
01:11:28:Put your hand on mine.
01:11:34:Obey your queen.
01:11:48:Don't take it away|until l tell you.
01:12:26:Apparently, the soldiers|of the Great Captain
01:12:28:do not aspire only|to great exploits with arms.
01:12:40:And l regret that you cannot|even blush with shame.
01:12:49:-l can assure you that...|-Silence!
01:12:53:l give you three days|to leave Burgos.
01:12:57:Go back to ltaly
01:12:58:and ask the Captain
01:13:00:to give you the most|dangerous missions.
01:13:16:l don't understand, madam.
01:13:19:The king is jealous.
01:13:31:You couldn't have served|your queen better in ltaly.
01:13:54:Elvira, come and embrace|your queen!
01:14:00:He has banished Alvaro de Estúñiga|to keep him away from me.
01:14:04:Yes, Elvira, he's furious,|he's jealous.
01:14:07:The king is jealous!
01:14:12:l made him jealous.
01:14:14:l'm so happy!
01:14:24:May l speak, Majesty?
01:14:26:What news do you bring?
01:14:29:for several days now,|the Moor...
01:14:32:No, be quiet.|l don't want to know any more.
01:14:36:Go away, l shall|reward your services.
01:15:02:Madam, what l have to say|will grieve you deeply.
01:15:08:The Moor is not in Tudela|as Your Highness believes.
01:15:12:Where is she?
01:15:17:l know that you know.
01:15:20:Where is she?
01:15:22:She wrote a letter which was|secretly delivered to the king.
01:15:26:On receipt of the reply|she came to Burgos.
01:15:32:l cannot enjoy|one day of peace.
01:15:37:The Moor in Burgos.
01:15:42:A letter to the king.
01:15:44:She wrote to the king!|You hear, Elvira?
01:15:48:-You know its contents?|-Yes, Majesty.
01:15:51:Do you have it?
01:15:56:Give it to me.|Give me that letter!
01:16:09:Do not read it.
01:16:11:Not read it?
01:16:14:Not read it?|You have never been in love!
01:16:17:You've never been jealous,|you're heartless!
01:16:21:Look at how l obey you.
01:16:25:''Sire, you granted my wish
01:16:28:to be one of the queen's ladies.''
01:16:39:And the king answered.
01:16:42:And that woman is here.
01:16:45:And because she is beside me,|Philip is here too.
01:16:50:-Granada is far away.|-Flanders is farther, believe me.
01:17:29:Where did she get such strength?
01:17:33:She's more nervous than ever.
01:17:35:Now she wants to make me jealous.
01:17:38:She watches you like a child.
01:17:45:lt is she who is jealous.
01:17:55:She is mad.
01:18:00:Do not say that about the queen.
01:18:03:lt's my duty to tell you|the truth, sire.
01:18:08:lf you insist...
01:18:10:What is the truth?
01:18:12:The queen is mad,|as was her grandmother,
01:18:15:lsabella of Portugal.
01:18:18:And, if you allow me, sire,
01:18:20:as was her mother,|lsabella of Castile,
01:18:22:whose fanaticism and obstinacy|you cannot doubt.
01:18:26:You are not in Flanders now.|Don't say that in Castile.
01:18:30:Sire, if l dare speak to you|like this, it is with the hope
01:18:34:that you will finally assume|your mission as sovereign
01:18:37:and free Castile from the burden|of superstition and fanaticism.
01:18:42:Be quiet, please.
01:19:01:My lord de Villena, l suppose|you are aware of everything.
01:19:06:She is known by|the assumed name of Beatriz.
01:19:09:But her real name is Aixa,|a Moorish name. Nothing else.
01:19:13:Even Philip is unaware|of her true condition.
01:19:16:lt doesn't matter.
01:19:18:Henceforth,|she is my niece Beatriz.
01:19:20:My niece, by order of the king.
01:19:23:Only the king can bring|his mistress to the palace.
01:19:45:l am sure you will|all fulfill the promise,
01:19:49:which you sealed at the time|with your signatures,
01:19:52:to protect the king should it be|necessary to put away Queen Joan
01:19:56:and the people did not approve|of that serious decision.
01:20:02:The king has decided|to confine his unhappy wife
01:20:06:and duly informs the noblemen|of Spain through my person.
01:20:13:The king-archduke's insistence
01:20:16:could lead to terrible ills.
01:20:18:His Majesty is doing|what he must, admiral.
01:20:21:The ambition of certain Flemish|nobles, led by you,
01:20:25:is to give Philip|the throne of Castile.
01:20:28:That is the question here,|and none other.
01:20:30:What you call ambition
01:20:33:is simply good sense.
01:20:35:Moderate your words, admiral.
01:20:38:lf Queen Joan is unfit to reign,|to who else but him
01:20:41:does the crown belong while|Prince Charles is not of age?
01:20:44:Only Parliament can decide|on such an important matter.
01:20:48:Valladolid recognized lsabella|and Ferdinand's daughter
01:20:51:as queen of Castile.
01:20:54:Will you permit usurpation
01:21:02:Those who do not fear|Philip's anger
01:21:05:accompany me to an audience|with the queen.
01:21:08:You will see that|those who say she is mad
01:21:11:are mistaken|or are lying.
01:21:28:Madam, the noblemen|wish to speak with you.
01:21:33:What shall l tell them?
01:21:38:Shall l send them away?
01:21:44:l am calmer now.
01:21:47:Show them in.
01:22:13:A painful duty brings us|before you, madam.
01:22:16:-What is it?|-The kingdom
01:22:18:is under great threat|and only you can prevent it.
01:22:24:The king is abusing the affection|of his faithful wife.
01:22:27:That is so, admiral.
01:22:29:The king is the most iniquitous|of men.
01:22:32:-ls it possible?|-God in Heaven!
01:22:35:l did not say that.
01:22:36:No matter! l say it.
01:22:41:The Flemish|are plundering Castile.
01:22:44:Your people are going hungry.
01:22:46:lt's the eternal hunger, sire.
01:22:53:-Are they all here?|-Beatriz was not in her room.
01:22:56:They are looking for her.
01:22:59:Madame de Torrijos,
01:23:01:write something here.
01:23:14:Did you hear me, madam?
01:23:15:The fate of the kingdom could|depend on this discussion.
01:23:19:We are here as representatives|of the assembly of nobles.
01:23:22:Yes, l am listening.
01:23:24:You said the people were|going hungry. Continue.
01:23:27:backed by some noblemen, is|claiming that your state of...
01:23:30:lt isn't you. Maria del Llano,|your turn now.
01:23:36:ls their writing so important?
01:23:38:-More than anything.|-More than saving a kingdom?
01:23:40:More than that.
01:23:44:Nor is it you.
01:23:48:Madam, listen to me.
01:23:49:Some doubt|your capacity to rule.
01:23:52:You must rule
01:23:53:-and clarify matters.|-Yes, later.
01:23:56:lt isn't you either.
01:23:58:-The king is plotting against you!|-How dare you?
01:24:01:-He wants to help Castile.|-Cristina de Acevedo.
01:24:04:-Why aren't you writing?|-l don't know how to.
01:24:06:You don't know how to write?|Untrue, gentlemen!
01:24:10:Do you believe this lady|does not know how to write?
01:24:21:Get out of here.
01:24:23:Out, out, out.
01:24:34:Where is Beatriz?
01:24:38:Send her to me.
01:24:43:But she is our queen, gentlemen.
01:24:45:You've seen and heard it.|Can you deny the evidence?
01:24:48:Could she be madder?
01:25:04:Come here, Beatriz.
01:25:06:-Write whatever comes to mind.|-You know it isn't necessary.
01:25:25:-ls this your letter?|-lt is mine.
01:25:29:You are frank, at least.
01:25:32:What have you done to the king?
01:25:34:What spell did you cast on him?
01:25:38:The king loves me.
01:25:39:The king loves all|who flatter his instincts.
01:25:41:The king loves me|and l love the king.
01:25:46:Kneel down before|the queen of Castile!
01:25:50:-Kneel!|-The king hates you and loves me!
01:25:54:l'll only kneel before him.
01:25:55:l'm dreaming.|What is this slut saying?
01:25:57:l believe she is defying me.
01:26:00:The king enjoys me, not you.
01:26:02:You say that to my face?
01:26:04:A queen can receive|no greater offense!
01:26:11:Attention! Line up!
01:26:23:Defend yourself, or l'll have|to summon your master Satan!
01:26:31:God of vengeance,|destroy this witch!
01:26:32:Kill her and her lover|with the black death!
01:26:35:Kill her! Kill her! Kill her!
01:26:38:Madam, seeing you like this,|your enemies will be convinced
01:26:42:that you are mad.
01:26:47:That is the sad heritage
01:26:49:bequeathed by lsabella of Portugal|to her granddaughter Joan.
01:26:52:That queen was mad, and the|queen of Castile is also mad.
01:26:56:That, my lords, is the sad truth|for me and for Castile.
01:27:03:You may leave.|My thanks to all of you.
01:27:25:When you speak|in the assembly of nobles,
01:27:27:you should do so|with the authority and resolve
01:27:30:of one who is assuming government|because of the queen's incapacity.
01:27:37:Excuse me, l don't feel well.
01:27:40:Should l summon the doctor?
01:27:43:Leave me be.
01:27:45:l want to rest.|l need to think.
01:28:45:You know the sad reason|why we are gathered here.
01:28:49:The queen is demented,|and is thus unfit to govern.
01:28:54:We can extend her life only by|keeping her in close confinement.
01:29:01:Are you ready, my lords,
01:29:04:to announce publicly|that Queen Joan is mad,
01:29:08:to recognize me as the only|legitimate sovereign of Castile,
01:29:13:and, should my enemies foment|disturbance in the kingdom,
01:29:20:to lend me whatever aid|l may need?
01:29:26:We shall all do|what Your Highness wishes
01:29:29:for the good of Castile.
01:29:31:All of us.
01:29:33:ls that not so, my lords?
01:29:36:-Aye!|-That is so!
01:29:51:Are you going to allow them|to toy with you?
01:29:53:To question|your capacity to rule?
01:29:58:They have stated|that you are mad.
01:30:01:Do you know what that means?|They are saying the queen is mad.
01:30:05:lf only it were true.
01:30:08:lf only l were mad.
01:30:12:lf only it were|the fruit of my madness
01:30:14:and not of|my husband's treachery.
01:30:24:-l request an audience.|-You cannot go in, sire.
01:30:27:An audience in the name|of Heaven and Castile!
01:30:30:Let him come in.
01:30:45:What do you wish?
01:30:46:l am but an unworthy soldier,|but today l speak for the people.
01:30:51:They ask you not to give way|to the greed of the Flemish.
01:30:55:There is a plot against you.|The king wants to dethrone you
01:30:58:and imprison you forever.
01:31:06:He wants you off the throne,|and also out of your bed.
01:31:10:A bed that another|will soon occupy.
01:31:28:This document recognizes|the queen's incapacity
01:31:31:and authorizes you, sire,|to order her imprisonment.
01:31:34:Thus, all those here present,
01:31:36:constituting the assembly|of nobles of the kingdom,
01:31:39:name you regent of Castile
01:31:41:until Prince Charles|comes of age.
01:31:46:Take the throne, sire.
01:31:49:We will solemnly take the oath|you demand of us.
01:31:53:The crown is yours.
01:32:06:Hail to the king!
01:32:12:Hail to the queen of Castile,
01:32:15:of Leon and Granada,|Seville, Galicia and Gibraltar,
01:32:18:of Murcia, Jaen, the Canary lslands|and the new Atlantic lands,
01:32:22:heir to the throne of Aragon|and archduchess of Austria!
01:33:08:Why are you surprised?
01:33:12:Were you not expecting me?
01:33:18:l know you are dealing|with serious business.
01:33:33:lt has to do with locking me|away for the rest of my life.
01:33:38:lt has to do with bestowing|on Philip of Austria
01:33:42:the crown which belongs|to me alone.
01:33:45:lt has to do with Castile.|lt has to do with me.
01:33:51:And knowing you had a grudge|against my poor, black dress,
01:33:55:to make you happy,
01:33:58:and to seem like a queen|to you, at least once,
01:34:01:l have put on, as you see,|my most dazzling robes.
01:34:17:Lord de Veyre...
01:34:20:You are responsible for having|inspired in this puppet
01:34:24:the senseless dream of becoming|the master of Castile.
01:34:27:Your madness excuses you, madam.
01:34:30:Do not hide,|my lord Juan Manuel.
01:34:32:A descendant of|Saint Ferdinand the king
01:34:35:covering up the excesses|of an archduke of Austria.
01:34:45:You too have come here,|my lord Marquis of Villena,
01:34:48:Duke of Escalona.
01:34:51:Perhaps these gentlemen|do not know
01:34:53:that your ancestor|Diego López Pacheco
01:34:56:was one of the assassins|of Lady lnés de Castro,
01:35:01:that your noble father|gave poison to Prince Alfonso,
01:35:07:that you had|your first wife killed.
01:35:11:lf Heaven would grant you|sufficient understanding,
01:35:13:you might see that you can offer|nothing but oppression to Castile.
01:35:19:Yours is truly a glorious race!
01:35:24:l am well aware
01:35:25:that these doctors here|want to lock me up as a lunatic.
01:35:31:But l will not allow it.
01:35:38:Kill people, my lords.|That is your right.
01:35:43:But you may not yet|bury them alive!
01:35:59:This assembly has already|decreed your arrest.
01:36:04:As for you, Philip,
01:36:07:what can l say
01:36:08:to console you?
01:36:14:You are pale.
01:36:16:Ambition is devouring you.
01:36:18:You need a lot of strength to act|in accordance with your greed.
01:36:24:Leave here. Don't force me|to use violence.
01:36:28:Yes, by God!
01:36:30:lt is time l began to reign!
01:36:35:To love a man|is to love as all women do.
01:36:38:A queen should love like God,|and love an entire people!
01:36:54:Open the doors!
01:37:14:Soldiers, break up that mob!
01:37:34:What is it you want, Philip?
01:37:36:My people have lost|their reason, as l have.
01:37:40:You see. We lunatics|abound in Burgos.
01:37:46:God be with you, my lords.
01:37:49:The mad queen salutes you.
01:38:35:Sire, l beg you.
01:38:38:Pay heed to prudence and pity.
01:38:44:l promise|you'll rue your temerity.
01:38:56:Leave me, my lords.
01:38:59:l want to be alone.
01:39:00:l'll send you a palliative.
01:39:03:The balm l need to recover|is all the blood of my enemies.
01:39:08:Calm yourself, Majesty.
01:39:14:Lord de Veyre!
01:39:20:The proclamation you prepared|for the people.
01:39:25:l want to sign it.
01:39:35:You don't want me as king.
01:39:39:You'll have me as tyrant.
01:39:55:Can you hear me?
01:39:58:Have him taken|to his apartments.
01:40:01:Ha has to be bled.
01:40:39:Your... forgiveness, Joan.|To ease... my torment.
01:40:45:l don't want...
01:40:46:l don't... want to go...|without... your forgiveness.
01:40:50:My love,|try to speak more clearly.
01:40:53:l want to understand you.
01:40:59:Madam, the contact with|the sheets will hurt him.
01:41:09:Bring me scissors.
01:41:17:-Cold...|-Leave me alone.
01:41:22:-lt's cold.|-Leave us.
01:41:34:lt's cold, Joan.
01:41:55:You'll live, my love.
01:41:57:My love, you'll live.
01:42:16:ls there no cure?
01:42:18:What can God's mercy not cure?
01:42:21:You mustn't let your spirit|weaken. Trust in God.
01:42:27:And why not in you?|Are you not doctors?
01:42:31:The king is young.|He is only twenty-eight.
01:42:39:Would all my blood suffice|to revive his?
01:42:45:Speak, for pity's sake.
01:42:48:We have done|all that is in our power.
01:42:50:lt is adversity, madam.
01:42:52:lts ways are unknown to us.
01:43:00:All l have for his life.
01:43:03:My scepter for his life.
01:43:05:Let whoever covets a crown|save him,
01:43:08:give him back to me.
01:43:10:Do you know of no one who cures|this kind of illness?
01:43:13:A necromancer who work wonders?
01:43:15:Madam, ask the Almighty for help.
01:43:21:God doesn't want to hear me.
01:43:23:l can find pity nowhere.
01:43:25:Do not give in to despair, madam.|Have courage.
01:43:29:Have courage? Have courage?
01:43:32:When your wife or child is dying,|l'll tell you to have courage!
01:43:43:God is taking him|because l love him too much.
01:43:47:l'll make amends.|l'll love him less if he lives.
01:43:54:What can l do?|Bring his mistress to him?
01:43:57:Who knows? Her presence|might revive him.
01:44:01:What can love not do?
01:44:03:lf l were dead and he called me,|l would answer.
01:44:07:Bring that woman at once!
01:44:15:What am l saying?
01:44:23:Queen lsabella,|my dearest mother,
01:44:27:if, as your people say,|God has you in His bosom,
01:44:31:intercede for this unhappy|daughter you left behind.
01:44:35:Ask that Philip and l|may die together.
01:44:49:Madam, the king wishes|to see you.
01:45:21:May God still grant me|a little strength
01:45:27:-so l can ask your forgiveness.|-Don't speak, Philip.
01:45:40:Joan, it's cold.
01:45:48:Am l going to rot|in an icy grave?
01:45:53:Or will waves of fire|rain down on me?
01:45:58:That's what l deserve|for my sins.
01:46:01:No, you're wrong.|You're delirious.
01:46:13:l'm afraid, Joan.
01:46:22:Give me your breath.
01:46:25:Put your lips on my forehead,
01:46:29:and forgive me.
01:46:33:-Your forgiveness, Joan.|-No, don't go.
01:46:37:Don't leave me, my love.
01:46:41:Tell me that you want to live.
01:46:43:Say it. Say...|l want to live, l want to live.
01:46:47:Say it, my love.|Say, l want to live.
01:47:01:ls he going to die?
01:47:04:lt would be best|if you left, madam.
01:47:43:Philip wanted to be buried|in Granada,
01:47:46:and to carry out this wish
01:47:48:the queen set out across|the lands of Castile.
01:47:52:But the cortège|didn't get very far.
01:47:57:it had to stop so that Joan|could give birth to a girl,
01:48:01:the posthumous fruit|ofherpassion for Philip.
01:48:04:She would never reach Granada.
01:48:12:Although Parliament never|took away her title ofqueen,
01:48:16:Joan, at the age of28,
01:48:19:was shut away in the castle|of Tordesillas.
01:48:22:Philip's body was laid to rest|in a nearby monastery,
01:48:27:and Joan was allowed|to visit it from time to time.
01:49:02:Have pity, my love.
01:49:29:Almost halfa century,|47 years,
01:49:32:were not enough|for history,
01:49:38:to cloak Joan's heart|with oblivion.
01:49:43:Did everything that|l remember happen?
01:49:49:Perhaps l will forget your name,
01:49:52:but never the embrace that
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Juyuso seubgyuksageun (Sang-Jin Kim 1999)