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|Region Code:||DVD: 4 (AU, NZ, Latin America...)||Rating:||MA15+|
|Ken Folletts best-selling novel is brought to life in a star-studded and critically-acclaimed eight-part miniseries! Emerging from the war-torn shadows of Englands Dark Ages, an idealistic mason, Tom Builder (Rufus Sewell, The Holiday) sets out on a quest of erecting a glorious Cathedral bathed in light. But when that light threatens to illuminate the dark secrets of ambitious Bishop Waleran Bigod (Ian McShane, 2005 Golden Globe Best Actor, TV's "Deadwood) and the battling progeny of King Henry, Queen Maud (Alison Pill, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and King Stephen (Tony Curran, Ondine), theyll stop at nothing to keep those secrets safe! The epic miniseries event also stars Matthew MacFadyen (Frost/Nixon) as Prior Philip, Hayley Atwell (Love Hate) as the beautiful noblewoman Aliena and Donald Sutherland (TV's "Dirty Sexy Money") as Bartholomew.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||118482169|
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|Main Audio Type||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Product Release Date||03/08/2011|
|Theatrical Release Year||2010|
|Tag Line||Nothing Is Sacred.|
|Actors||David Oakes, Liam Garrigan, Gordon Pinsent, Sam Claflin, Donald Sutherland, Anatole Taubman, Clive Wood, Skye Lourie, Robert Bathurst, Skye Bennett, Lisa Millett, Hayley Atwell, Natalia Worner, David Bark-Jones, Eddie Redmayne, Jody Halse, Tony Curran, Ian Mcshane, Sarah Parish, Gotz Otto, Matthew Macfadyen, John Pielmeier, Alison Pill, Rufus Sewell, Matt Devere, Sidney Johnston|
|Rating Info||Strong Violence, Coarse Language, Sex Scenes|
|Number of Discs||3|
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Medieval times at its best/worst
A great example of the dark ages. Rape, pillage, plunder, Kings, knights, maidens in distress, evil lords, wicked church leaders, it has it all. There are characters to hate, yet ones to cheer for too. Ken Follett’s novel is slightly different in storyline, but then what adaptation is ever true to the novel anyway?
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