The King (2019) by Netflix is about king Henry V.
A few aspects of the movie struck me as either unbelievable, or contradicting what little even I know about history.
In no particular order:
The king holds the right of life and death over his subjects (sentencing two to death, and killing another without a trial). This is two centuries after Magna Carta.
Henry V walks over to the French camp to challenge their leader to single combat (where they could simply take him prisoner)
The French commander visits the invading English (where they could take him prisoner)
The unimposing size of some knights (including Henry V). For the kind of fighting that's depicted in this movie (MMA in armor, at times), I feel like smaller guys would be at a huge disadvantage.
Are these aspects historically realistic? Is there anything else in the movie that seems wrong?