Continuity mistake: The morning after her wedding night, we see Mary walking with Anne telling her about the wedding night, notice Mary's braids in her hair, one braid is in a circle, yet in the next scene where Mary and Anne are folding a blanket, her braid is now down in one long braid. (00:12:20 - 00:15:30)ShadowDancer
King Henry viii: I have torn this country apart for you.
Anne Boleyn: For which you should thank me, not be angry.
King Henry viii: Broken with Rome.
Anne Boleyn: Freed yourself, more like, from the decadence of a corrupt church.
King Henry viii: Got rid of a good woman in the queen.
Anne Boleyn: And with Spanish blood shackles you to Rome.
King Henry viii: Of which I would be excommunicated.
Anne Boleyn: And instead, become head of a new church! The Church of England.
Mary Boleyn: How can you show your face in here? My own sister... take care, because he would only do to you what he has done to me.
Anne Boleyn: You should not have given yourself so lightly, these are the consequences.
Mary Boleyn: I gave myself to a man I loved, and he loved me.
Anne Boleyn: A man's love is worthless. Our mother's loved, look where it got her, a feeble husband. Love is of no value without power and position. If I gave the king a son, he would not be a bastard.
King Henry viii: Anne.
Anne Boleyn: Your Grace?
King Henry viii: You received my gifts?
Anne Boleyn: Yes.
King Henry viii: And? Do they not please you?
Anne Boleyn: On the contrary, my lord, they please me greatly.
King Henry viii: Then why do you insult me by returning them?
Anne Boleyn: Because you insult me by sending them at all.
Question: At the end of the movie, it states that Mary married William Stafford, but wasn't she still married to William Carey (even though the king sent him away)?
Question: Near the beginning of the movie, why did Anne think that having an affair with the king could help her get married to a rich man or a duke?