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The Third Testament: The Antichrist and the Harlot (2009)

The film follows protagonist, Angus Young, a character scorned by his first love, (the Harlot) Iona. Prompted by an ambiguous character, Clarence Peck, he travels to various parts of the ... See full summary »

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The film follows protagonist, Angus Young, a character scorned by his first love, (the Harlot) Iona. Prompted by an ambiguous character, Clarence Peck, he travels to various parts of the world; embarking on an adventure to follow the trail of the Wingmakers. Subsequently, returning to change the world, to rid it of all forms of mass control and to abolish the oppression of Government and Religion. This is a story of love, betrayal, power and legacy; and ultimately the controversy that each entails. Written by Alex Jones

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Lover. Fighter. Antichrist.

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The impressive church which is Clarence Peck's (Stephen Armourae) church is a chapel originally built in the 1550's. The pipe organ is famous and was played by Duncan Paterson (the film's composer) and Armourae during filming. See more »

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Macéo Bhardwaj's character is referred to as Kalani Rook. On the credits of the film's premier the character is called 'Kalani Martin'. The name was later confirmed as 'Kalani Rook'. See more »

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Clarence Peck: This world is fine as it is.
[threateningly]
Clarence Peck: And I'm going to fight for it.
Angus Young: At least we agree on the second part
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Needs some professionalism, but GREAT story, GREAT cast
13 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If your a fan of no linear films and shows such as "Lost" that play around with time lines, then this film is for you! We start off in the Mediterranean and are introduced to Angus Young (Kevin Leslie), an early twenties, slightly icy characters. moments later we are introduced to who he was as a teenager pining over Iona ( Jaimme Bird.) Moments later we see Angus all grown up with long greasy black hair as an Antichrist that we would all imagine. This jumping back and forth is somewhat jarring at first, but after the first few transitions we start to get into the rhythm of the film - and what a rhythm. By the time the end montage starts rolling the pace has steadily built up to a runaway train.

However their are technical errors aplenty, but they are all admissible as we are sucked into the world, and the surprisingly absorbing character of Angus. 9/10


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