RT Video/DVD DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 51555510 LA In Castillian Spanish with optional English or French subtitles. T1 Juana la Loca = Joan the mad A1 Aranda, Vicente,, Larreta, Antonio,, Cerezo, Enrique., López de Ayala, Pilar,, Liotti, Daniele., Pastor, Rosana., Gemma, Giuliano,, Álvarez, Roberto., Azorín, Eloy., Sánchez, Susi,, Arcuri, Manuela., Colomé, Héctor., Tamayo y Baus, Manuel,, Sony Pictures Classics (Firm), Enrique Cerezo, P.C., Pedro Costa, P.C., Production Group (Firm), Take 2000 (Firm), Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (Firm), PB Enrique Cerezo, P.C. ; Distributed by Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment PP [Madrid]; Culver City, CA YR 2003 SN 0767886909 9780767886901 AB Joan of Castile (1479-1555, daughter of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella) has gone down in history as "Joan the Mad." Sent alone to Brussels, sheltered eighteen-year-old Joan is a willing pawn in her political marriage to a young Hapsburg, Philip, Archduke of Austria, known as "the Handsome," consolidating Spain as a regional power. Amazingly, Joan falls head-over-heels in love with Philip, who reciprocates initially, but then becomes noticeably indifferent, barely troubling to conceal his affairs. Joan suffers sobbing, despairing, jealous rages, becoming more miserable and fixated. Was Joan mad, or did she love Philip with such uncanny relentlessness that he was, in the end, helpless in the face of her passion?