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An update of the classic Shakespeare story, director Kenneth Branagh shot this movie like a classic 30s musical. Love's Labour's Lost tells the story of four best friends who swear off love. The King of Navarre and his three companions swear a very public oath to study together and to renounce women for three years. Their honour is immediately put to the test by the arrival of the Princess of France and her three lovely companions. It's love at first sight for all concerned followed by the men's highly entertaining but hopeless efforts to disguise their feelings.

  1. Kenneth Branagh

    Director, Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Alessandro Nivola

    Alessandro Nivola

    The King (Ferdinand)

  2. Alicia Silverstone

    Alicia Silverstone

    The Princess

  3. Natascha McElhone

    Natascha McElhone


  4. Kenneth Branagh

    Kenneth Branagh


  5. Richard Briers

    Richard Briers

    Sir Nathaniel

Full Cast & Crew

Love's Labour's Lost
Love's Labour's Lost



Status Released

Release Information

  • March 31, 2000


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 33m

Budget $13,000,000.00

Revenue $299,792.00



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