I was just mesmerized by Vanessa Redgrave in this. She is so beautiful in such a like, youthful and yet wise way. She's never like 'sexy' - even when she's wearing nothing but some bed sheets - she's always just like gorgeous. It just... it just makes you... *looks out of window*
Richard Harris also charms, though funny enough he reminded me of Peter O'Toole in this role. He's so charming that you actually do have a knee-jerk "What- really??" reaction when Guinevere chooses the superior countenance of one Franco Nero. But gosh, all of them play it so damn pure and innocent and thoughtful that you can't help but feel for all them.
The biggest downside to this movie is the amount of static singing. Theres entire songs where the character is just sitting down or doing some inane domestic activity and all you get is like slightly different angles of that person sitting there. They could have been more dynamic, throw in some dancing maybe? Doesn't need to be Gene Kelly levels but like, cmon.