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Blood of the Templars (2004)
"Das Blut der Templer" (original title)

TV Movie  -   -  Adventure  -  5 April 2005 (Hungary)
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Credited cast:
Harald Krassnitzer ...
Robert von Metz
Mirko Lang ...
Lucrezia de Saintclair
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stella (as Alicja Bachleda-Curus)
Saulius Balandis ...
Stephan Barth ...
Phillip le Beau
Daniel Dupant ...
Afrikanischer Delegierter
Zdenek Dvoracek ...
Peter Franke ...
Michal Grün ...
Ralph Herforth ...
Cedric Charney
Mario Holetzeck ...
William Blanchefort
Martin Hub ...
Vicomt Montville
Kestutis Jakstas ...
Customs Officer


18-year old David grew up assuming that his mother and his father have died when he was a baby. He was raised by a monk and is close to completing High School. He gets into a fight during a party and discovers he is stronger than he thought he was- also, the blooding of an injury stops immediately and the wound heals within an hour. All of a sudden, the Priory of Sion and the Knights Templar show interest in the boy and the quest for the Holy Grail begins once again, with David being the one who can lead them to it. Written by Wolfgang Schmitt

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based on novel



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Rated R for strong violence, some language and drug use | See all certifications »




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5 April 2005 (Hungary)  »

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Code of the Templars  »

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1.85 : 1
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A great movie - but overdone
8 April 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Interesting movie! But a bit too many ingredients in this cake. Interestingly enough there were even elements of the "Magic Fluge" (Queen of the night, apparently good, yet evil + Sarastro, apparently evil yet good plus Tamino + Pamina carrying the day after trials and tribulations) Strange, though, that they refer in this film to Constantine as "Roman KING" rather than emperor, handing the "Western Provinces of Rome" to the "Vatican". More strange that the "Rock of Petri" is supposed to be "under" the Vatican in the catacombs. This is more than a bit bizarre, including the immaculate condition of Constantine's tomb (Huh?) there. I always thought he died and was interred in "his" city of Constantinope? But hey, it's only a movie.

On the whole, it's well done, though, good action scenes, albeit a tad lengthy at times. Plot line a bit overconstrued but intriguing, the acting was/is great, but the dialogue somewhat tortured at times and the music almost always cheesy.

It was an enjoyable 3hours+, but if they find a way to simplify the plot a bit, shorten some of the (excellent) sword fights, go easy on the gore - and bring it down to just under 2hours, this will be one hell of a good movie!!!

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