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

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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 ... 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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During the debate scene Clarence Peck with Angus Young (Kevin Leslie), Clarence's (Stephen Armourae) voice drops out completely for a sentence. See more »

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Angus Young: Someone who would be driven to fight back against the forces of the world
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Wish this was in the Bible
22 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another Biblical inspired epic where everyone stands around screaming that the 'end of the world is nigh' then the bad guy comes in and acts weird and the audience is supposed to be amazed. Well this movie is not like that and also it is in a very good way.

If you don't like religious movies then don't be put off by the title. The religious elements are more in the background. This movie is an action-romance then it becomes a chase-thriller then a religious battle.

The story starts with Angus's romance and how heartbreak drives him on to other countries. The foreign footage is clearly seen but I wish there had been more dialogue in those scenes. As the film moves between genres new characters appear. The moving between genres occurs regularly as there are 3 time lines running through the length of the film. The main clue is how Kevin Evan's Angus Young changes appearance and how he acts.

Having seen some sensitive acting from Jaimme Bird and Marceo Bhardji things look very different when Vincent Jerome and Steve Armourae storm onto the screen - and they really do storm on. Scenery chewing could be a description but they do such a fine job that its just powerful acting.

A rare film with a sequel to follow.


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