MRE 2017.12.01: This is a good, low-budget, documentary that speeds through Henry VII's reign, starting with his landing on the beach in Wales, and ending at his death. Being only an hour long, they could only touch on key points, and had to leave out all of Henry's youth (which you can sort of get a view of in the mini-series The White Queen). Having little money, there were almost no reenactments, as, say with a David Starkey documentary. Fields, like Bosworth's, are shown and an audio track of war sounds is played. But, even with the cursory review of Henry's life and the lack of funds, this is a good documentary--ideal for someone who knows nothing of Henry VII.