When Cara reveals to the group that all the Confessors are dead, and that she personally killed Kahlan's sister Denee, Kahlan attempts to kill her. Under Richard's orders, Cara flees ... See full summary »

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Sally Stockwell ...
Grace
Caroline Brazier ...
Miss Crantan / Mistress Nathair
Paul McLaughlin ...
Captain Arturis
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Merchant
Ella Edward ...
Young Cara
Glen Drake ...
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John Landreth ...
Barkeep
Tony Wood ...
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When Cara reveals to the group that all the Confessors are dead, and that she personally killed Kahlan's sister Denee, Kahlan attempts to kill her. Under Richard's orders, Cara flees returning to her hometown. She is captured and held prisoner by the townspeople, and the Mother Confessor is forced to execute Cara. Written by anon.

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Tribunal
30 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

This third episode of the second season takes one page from the truth and reconciliation commissions and decides to put our new friend Cara through some difficult moments.

Cara recognizes that she killed Kahlan's sister, and after Kahlan tries to kill her, Richard tells Cara that it better she leaves. She decides to go home... Seeing a chance, annoying Flynn runs away with his tattoo.

This episode is quite surprising, as it makes characters go through quite intense moments and it actually does a great job in offering different perspectives and judgments. It doesn't shy away from showing how difficult is to take decisions and understand others in some situations. We learn a lot about Cara's past and why she is the kind of person she is. On top of that, there is character development for almost every character, and the script is quite fleshed out. There are still a couple of unnecessary action moments (or necessary, as it seems in these kind of shows you need a sword fight every twenty minutes), but the direction and the work is good all around.

It is a surprising turn of events, but more surprising is the steady hand with which all of it is handled. Quite a good job for a supposedly cheesy show.


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