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In just three years, you have you've managed to marry a traitor's daughter, sue me for land that never belonged to you and to stand before me for the second time in as many years, threatening once again to sue, all while speaking of duty and honor. This is how you serve me?
~ Pierre d'Alençon to Jean de Carrouges.
Of course, we will have to endure a public trial, charges of rape will be brought against you and a verdict will be rendered by your overlord adjudicating this matter who, as the fates would have it, happens to be me.
~ Pierre d'Alençon to Jacques le Gris.
Let us pray this ends like the duel at Flanders; with le Gris in wrestling match, removing Carrouges' testicles by hand.
~ Pierre d'Alençon before the duel between Jacques le Gris and Jean de Carrouges

Count Pierre d'Alençon is the secondary antagonist of Ridley Scott's 2021 film The Last Duel, based on Eric Jager's 2004 book The Last Duel: A True Story of Trial by Combat in Medieval France. He is based on a real individual who lived in France in the 14th Century.

He was portrayed by Ben Affleck, who also portrayed Fred O'Bannion in Dazed and Confused, Shannon Hamilton in Mallrats, Bartleby in Dogma, and Ivan Block in Runner Runner.


Count Pierre d'Alençon, being part of the aristocracy and a cousin of the king, is an arrogant and decadent man. He lavishes those who please him with extravagant gifts such as land and titles while treating those who displease him with scorn. He is also pompous, believing that commoners would be unable to understand nuance. He enjoys an indulgent lifestyle, often binge drinking and cheating on his pregnant wife with multiple women at a time. This has a corrupting influence of Jacques le Gris, leading him to rape Marguerite de Carrouges. Despite le Gris' low birth, Pierre treats him as an equal and greatly values their friendship. Due to this friendship with le Gris as well as his dislike of Jean de Carrouges, Pierre dismisses the charges out of hand and uses his immense power and influence to exonerate the squire. However, the knight goes above his head and appeals to the king, resulting in a judicial duel. During the conflit, Pierre adamantly cheers on le Gris and hopes for his victory; however, he is genuinely devastated when his friend is defeated and subsequently killed.


As the newly-appointed liege lord, Count Pierre d'Alençon orders his men to fight in the Battle of Limoges on 19 September 1370. They ultimately lose the battle and are forced to abanson their campaign.

In 1377, he holds a ceremony at Fort Bellême, where Jean de Carrouges III is the captain. His men take solemn vows to serve Pierre for life, with the count favoring the squire Jacques le Gris and being dismissive of Carrouges' son, Jean IV.

Pierre meets with le Gris at Argentan pointing out the many negative qualities of his friend Carrouges. Le Gris does not challenge the count's assertions, but insists that Carrouges is a good friend and a loyal soldier. Pierre finds Carrouges to be boring, gloomy and disobedient, but grants le Gris free will to do as he likes. The count tells the squire that he thinks little of Carrouges' character but a great deal of his and warns him not to be blinded by his loyalty to his friend.

The count comes to enjoy the squire's presence, inviting him to orgies that take place once his pregnant wife, Lady Marie Chamaillart, retires to her bedchamber for the night. One morning, Pierre confides in le Gris that his accounts are in disarray and asks the squire to put his intelligence to good use as his personal accountant and debt collector, sending him to the home of Robert de Thibouville to demand the valuable estate Aunou-le-Faucon. He later gifts the estate to le Gris in gratitude of balancing his accounts.

On a hunt, Pierre informs le Gris that Carrouges has married Robert's daughter Marguerite. Pierre finds it amusing that Carrouges would marry the daughter of a traitor who fought against the crown twice in the past. Le Gris explains that Carrouges is in need of an heir and money. Carrouges brings a lawsuit againts Pierre and le Gris for ownership of Aunou-le-Faucon, which Carrouges believed he would recieve as part of Marguerite's dowry. Despite le Gris' warning that Carrouges will be furious, Pierre names le Gris as the new captain of Fort Bellême following the death of Carrouges' father. A ceremony is held in which le Gris makes a vow to protect the fortress and command its garrison to the best of his ability. Carrouges arrives immediately afterwards and makes his greivances known. Le Gris attempts to calm him and speak to him in private, but Carrouges angrily calls the count's subjects, including le Gris, sycophants. Pierre chastizes Carrouges for marrying a traitor's deaughter, suing him for land that did not belong to him and failing to follow his orders to a satisfactory degree. He threatens to sue Pierre for this and storms off angrily to laughter and jeers.

Pierre is invited to the home of Jean Crespin to celebrate the birth of his son, but elects not to go due to the distance and the cold weather, instead chosing to stay at his home and enjoy his sordid lifestyle. He questions le Gris' decision to attend the event in the hopes of reconciling with Carrouges, but points out that Carrouges' wife has much in common with him.

Pierre hosts a feast for his subjects, during which Carrouges returns from a campaign in Scotland. He admits that the campaign was a failure, for which Pierre criticizes him but le Gris attempts to comfort his friend by stating that he does not believe the failure was due to his leadership. Carrouges, who is now a knight, takes offence that le Gris does not call him "Sir". Le Gris insists that he did not intend to offend him, but Carrouges rants about le Gris' continued success at court in contrast to his failures on the battlefield. Le Gris agrees to call him "Sir" and wishes him an enjoyable stay in Paris, where he intends to meet with the treasurer.

Pierre learns that Carrouges and those close to him are accusing le Gris of raping Marguerite. He summons le Gris and informs him of this and the squire is shocked to hear it, declaring the accusation to be false. He tells Pierre that it is a love unlike anything he has ever known and that being a lady, Marguerite made the customary protests, but it was not against her will. He admits to committing adultery, but vehemently denies the rape. Pierre believes him and advises him to deny the charge at any opportunity, as commoners are too unintelligent to understand nuance and he should therefore make no other attempts to clear his name. As promised, Pierre holds a trial in which he declares le Gris to be innocent. Immediately afterwards, a messenger arrives and informs him that Carrouges has gone to Paris to appeal to Pierre's cousin, King Charles VI, to bring the case before him. The count is greatly angered by this, declaring Carrouges to be a cunt.

Le Gris and Carrouges are called to the Palace of Justice to give testimony before King Charles VI and the Parlement of Paris. Following much deliberation, King Charles announces that they will proceed with a trial by combat. On December 29, 1286, Pierre travels to an arena at Saint-Martin-des-Champs to witness the duel. Pierre expresses hope to his wife and Adam Louvel that the duel will end similar to one in Flanders, with le Gris remobing Carrouges' testicles by hand.

The duel begins with a joust, the knights to blows several times before le Gris kills Carrouges' horse by driving his lance into its chest. However, his horse loses its footing and sends him to the ground. His leg now trapped under the weight of his horse, le Gris uses his shield to defend himself from Carrouges' attacks. Carrouges knocks the shield from his grip, leaving le Gris with only his hands to hold back Carrouges' axe. As le Gris' horse thrashed around, it kicks Carrouges in the head, knocking him off his feet. Once his horse gets back up, le Gris advances on Carrouges, relentlessly attacking him. Carrouges fights back, breaking le Gris' sword in two. He backs him into a wall and the two men visciously attack each other, with le Gris driving a dagger into Carrouge's thigh. Wounded and struggling to stay on foot, Carrouges charges at Le Gris, who easily evades him. Knocking Carrouges to the ground, Le Gris prepares to deliver the killing blow, with Pierre, King Charles and others shouting encouragement. As he raises his dagger, Carrouges slams his axe into the back of le Gris' knee and tackles him to the ground. Straddling his enemy, Carrouges grabs le Gris' dagger and drives it towards his face, but le Gris grabs it and holds it at bay. As the two men struggles, Carrouges shouts at le Gris to confess. Le Gris denies the rape three times and shouts for all to hear that in the name of God and on the peril of damnation of his soul, he is innocent of the crime. Enraged, Carrouges declares that he will be damned and turns le Gris onto his side, still trying to push the dagger into his face. With a yell of fury, Carrouges slams his knee into the back of le Gris head, driving the dagger into his mouth and killing him. As the victorious Carrouges rides through the streets of Paris to a cheering crowd, the devastated Pierre watches as le Gris' body is stripped naked and dragged to the gibbet at Montfaucon, where it is hanged as a sign of his guilt and shame.



  • Ben Affleck was originally cast as Jacques le Gris, having written the character's perspective in film's Rashomon-like plot structure. However, due to a scheduling conflict with Deep Water, he was forced to instead take the less demanding role of Count Pierre d'Alençon.
  • The real Pierre d'Alençon never forgave Jean de Carrouges for killing his favorite, Jacques le Gris. As an act of revenge, Pierre ensured that Carrouges never acquired Aunou-le-Faucon, instead gifting it to own his bastard son.
  • Despite receiving widespread critical acclaim for his portrayal of Pierre d'Alençon, Ben Affleck was nominated for Worst Supporting Actor at the 2022 Golden Raspberry Awards for his performance. This nomination has been widely criticized, with many seeing it as a sign of the award show's fading relevance. Ironically, the recipient of the award was Jared Leto for his portral of Paolo Gucci in House of Gucci, another fact-based movie directed by Ridley Scott that was released in the same year.
  • It is ironic that Count Pierre d'Alençon, who cannot stand Jean de Carrouges, was portrayed by Ben Affleck, as he and Matt Damon, who portrayed Carrouges, are best friends. Affleck and Damon, whom both screenplayed the film, also starred in a couple of films together.


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