|Release Date||6 May 2005 (United States, United Kingdom)|
|File type||SRT (zip file)|
In 1184, French town metal forger Balian just lost his significant other through self destruction despondency stricken by their kid’s passing; the crusader Lord Godfrey, Baron of Ibelin, uncovers himself as Balian’s dad and offers him a crusader life, which the young person precipitously dismisses yet after the nearby minister insults him ’till his sword strikes lethally acknowledges, escaping the French diocesan’s ridiculous equity and looking for divine pardoning as vowed to crusaders in Jerusalem. In transit, Balian is told the abilities of war and chivalric honor code and named a knight in Messina by his dad, who was lethally injured warding off the diocesan’s men. After wreck on the Levantine coast, Balian before long substantiates himself an unrivaled knight as warrior and honorable dreamer in the steadfast help of outcast King Baldwin, whose realistic right hand, the Count of Tiberias, neglects to persuade Balian the savage knight Reynald de Chatillon and his double-crossing ace, competitor beneficiary to the seat Guy de Lusignan, should be halted by all methods before they plunge the crusader realm in a deadly conflict against the respectable, militarily far predominant Saracen King Saladin. At the point when Tiberias is legitimized, he leaves for Cyprus, courageous Balian stays to safeguard blockaded Jerusalem against inconceivable chances.