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Pillars Of The Earth


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PUBLISHED: 3rd August 2011
ANNOTATION:
Ken Follett's best-selling novel is brought to life in a star-studded and critically-acclaimed eight-part miniseries! Emerging from the war-torn shadows of England's 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) they'll 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. Episode 1: Anarchy The death of King Henry's heir ignites a battle between Queen Maud and King Stephen to become the successor to the throne. Monk Philip is enticed by an offer from Father Waleran Bigod; in return for his endorsement of Bigod to the appointment of Bishop Philip will be elected Prior. Tom Builder travels the countryside in search of work. Episode 2: Master Builder When a fire destroys Kingsbridge Church Tom presents a plan to Prior Philip to construct a glorious new cathedral filled with light. As Philip politics for funds to aid in the church's construction he finds himself caught between Bishop Bigod and King Stephen's supporter Earl Percy Hamleigh. Episode 3: Redemption Prior Philip and Percy's son William find themselves in a political stalemate as they compete for access to valuable stone. Jack demonstrates amazing artistic prowess as he begins to carve a monument to St. Adolphus and the destroyed Kingsbridge Cathedral. Episode 4: Battlefield William plans his way towards Earldom and soon discovers he is not alone in his ambition; a mysterious knight seeks the same appointment. The battle between Maud and Stephen rages culminating in hostages from each side being seized. Philip is tortured into confessing to the betrayal of Earl Bartholomew. Episode 5: Legacy Tom attempts to mediate a camaraderie between Jack and his son Alfred. However their intense rivalry for the affection of Bartholomew's daughter Aliena proves too much of an obstacle. Waleran and Regan Hamleigh negotiate a hostage exchange while William mounts an attack on Kingsbridge in an effort to halt Aliena's pending success. Episode 6: Witchcraft Aliena's brother Richard is shocked as he emerges from the battlefield only to find his sister destitute and incapable of supporting his knighthood. Aliena is torn between honoring a promise made to her father Bartholomew and her love for Jack. A catastrophe in Kingsbridge paves the way for Waleran to orchestrate Pilip's impeachment. Episode 7:New Beginnings Jack's travels provide him with valuable information which will aid him in constructing
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  • DVD
    $16.99
PUBLISHED: 3rd August 2011
ANNOTATION:
Ken Follett's best-selling novel is brought to life in a star-studded and critically-acclaimed eight-part miniseries! Emerging from the war-torn shadows of England's 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) they'll 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. Episode 1: Anarchy The death of King Henry's heir ignites a battle between Queen Maud and King Stephen to become the successor to the throne. Monk Philip is enticed by an offer from Father Waleran Bigod; in return for his endorsement of Bigod to the appointment of Bishop Philip will be elected Prior. Tom Builder travels the countryside in search of work. Episode 2: Master Builder When a fire destroys Kingsbridge Church Tom presents a plan to Prior Philip to construct a glorious new cathedral filled with light. As Philip politics for funds to aid in the church's construction he finds himself caught between Bishop Bigod and King Stephen's supporter Earl Percy Hamleigh. Episode 3: Redemption Prior Philip and Percy's son William find themselves in a political stalemate as they compete for access to valuable stone. Jack demonstrates amazing artistic prowess as he begins to carve a monument to St. Adolphus and the destroyed Kingsbridge Cathedral. Episode 4: Battlefield William plans his way towards Earldom and soon discovers he is not alone in his ambition; a mysterious knight seeks the same appointment. The battle between Maud and Stephen rages culminating in hostages from each side being seized. Philip is tortured into confessing to the betrayal of Earl Bartholomew. Episode 5: Legacy Tom attempts to mediate a camaraderie between Jack and his son Alfred. However their intense rivalry for the affection of Bartholomew's daughter Aliena proves too much of an obstacle. Waleran and Regan Hamleigh negotiate a hostage exchange while William mounts an attack on Kingsbridge in an effort to halt Aliena's pending success. Episode 6: Witchcraft Aliena's brother Richard is shocked as he emerges from the battlefield only to find his sister destitute and incapable of supporting his knighthood. Aliena is torn between honoring a promise made to her father Bartholomew and her love for Jack. A catastrophe in Kingsbridge paves the way for Waleran to orchestrate Pilip's impeachment. Episode 7:New Beginnings Jack's travels provide him with valuable information which will aid him in constructing

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Ken Follett's best-selling novel is brought to life in a star-studded and critically-acclaimed eight-part miniseries! Emerging from the war-torn shadows of England's 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) they'll 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. Episode 1: Anarchy The death of King Henry's heir ignites a battle between Queen Maud and King Stephen to become the successor to the throne. Monk Philip is enticed by an offer from Father Waleran Bigod; in return for his endorsement of Bigod to the appointment of Bishop Philip will be elected Prior. Tom Builder travels the countryside in search of work. Episode 2: Master Builder When a fire destroys Kingsbridge Church Tom presents a plan to Prior Philip to construct a glorious new cathedral filled with light. As Philip politics for funds to aid in the church's construction he finds himself caught between Bishop Bigod and King Stephen's supporter Earl Percy Hamleigh. Episode 3: Redemption Prior Philip and Percy's son William find themselves in a political stalemate as they compete for access to valuable stone. Jack demonstrates amazing artistic prowess as he begins to carve a monument to St. Adolphus and the destroyed Kingsbridge Cathedral. Episode 4: Battlefield William plans his way towards Earldom and soon discovers he is not alone in his ambition; a mysterious knight seeks the same appointment. The battle between Maud and Stephen rages culminating in hostages from each side being seized. Philip is tortured into confessing to the betrayal of Earl Bartholomew. Episode 5: Legacy Tom attempts to mediate a camaraderie between Jack and his son Alfred. However their intense rivalry for the affection of Bartholomew's daughter Aliena proves too much of an obstacle. Waleran and Regan Hamleigh negotiate a hostage exchange while William mounts an attack on Kingsbridge in an effort to halt Aliena's pending success. Episode 6: Witchcraft Aliena's brother Richard is shocked as he emerges from the battlefield only to find his sister destitute and incapable of supporting his knighthood. Aliena is torn between honoring a promise made to her father Bartholomew and her love for Jack. A catastrophe in Kingsbridge paves the way for Waleran to orchestrate Pilip's impeachment. Episode 7:New Beginnings Jack's travels provide him with valuable information which will aid him in constructing

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Nothing is sacred.

Product Details

Genre
Drama
Format
DVD
Rating
MA15+
Run Time
421
Region
4
Director
Serigo Mimica-Gezzan
Producer
Howard Ellis, Adam Goodman, John Ryan
Cast
Rufus Sewell, Matthew MacFadyen, Ian McShane, Sarah Parish, Eddie Redmayne, Hayley Atwell, Natalia Worner
Classification
Strong violence, sex scenes and coarse language
Year
2010
Number of Discs
3
Rating Advice
Coarse Language, Sex Scenes, Strong Violence
Production Year
2010
Aspect Ratio
1.78:1
Aspect Ratio Detail
Widescreen
Dubbing Language
English
Primary Audio
Dolby Digital 5.1
Language
English
Publisher
USPHE
Subtitle Language
English Captions
No Of Discs
3

Product Reviews

23 Apr, 2018
superb mini series. Pay attention at the beginning ,as all the character establishment takes place and its a bit overwhelming to begin with but dont let this put you off , as the characters and plots become familiar as the story progesses. Buy this series . you wont regret it.
By Brian
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