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Questions tagged [kingdom-of-heaven]

Kingdom of Heaven is a 2005 epic action film set during the Crusades of the 12th century.

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Saying “nothing” then “everything”, what does it mean? [duplicate]

In the movie Kingdom of Heaven Bailian of Ibelin asked Saladin, "What is Jerusalem worth?". The latter answered, "nothing" and then he said "everything". What's the meaning of that?
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About the phrase Balian has in his workshop

There is a quote in Kingdom of Heaven, when Balian explains to Liam Neeson's character the meaning of a phrase he has carved in wood in his workshop. He says the meaning is "What man is a man who ...
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How did Saladin obtain iced water in the middle of the desert?

This question never stopped to bother me. I have looked for answers but all I could find was along the lines of : Snow fell from the sky during the harsh cold winter. It is collected and stored (...
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Meaning of a dialogue from the movie 'Kingdom of Heaven'

In the movie Kingdom of Heaven there's the following dialog: Hospitaller: One may stare into the light, until one becomes the light. I've done it many times. Balian of Ibelin: [throws a rock ...
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Why didn't Balian ask for terms with Saladin before the siege of Jerusalem in Kingdom of Heaven?

In Ridley Scott's 2005 film Kingdom of Heaven, only after the bloody 3 day siege of Jerusalem ends in stalemate do Balian and Saladin agree to terms allowing the inhabitants of the city to peacefully ...
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What is Jerusalem worth?

Towards the end of the movie Kingdom of Heaven, after Balin surrenders control of Jerusalem to Saladin, he asks the question, "What is Jerusalem worth?" Is there any deeper meaning to the reply? As ...