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 Audric Baillard (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Alais Pelletier Du Mas (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Guy D'Evreux (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Alice Tanner (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Simeon de Montfort (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Montsegur Guide (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Will Franklyn (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Esclarmonde (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Oriane Congost (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Guilhem du Mas (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Noublesso Man (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Karen Fleury (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Sajhe (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Pafait - Pelletier (2 episodes, 2012)
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 D'Evreux's Servant (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Rixende (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Murviel (2 episodes, 2012)
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Valerie Gasse ...
 News Reporter (2 episodes, 2012)
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Gawn Grainger ...
 Simeon (2 episodes, 2012)
Gary Green ...
 Soldier (2 episodes, 2012)
Warrick Grier ...
 Arnaud Domerque (2 episodes, 2012)
Kassandra Gutzmer ...
 Young Girl - Age 17 / ... (2 episodes, 2012)
Sean Habib ...
 Money Man (2 episodes, 2012)
Paul Hampshire ...
 Hangman (2 episodes, 2012)
Paul Hilton ...
 Francois (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Guard #1 (2 episodes, 2012)
Michael James ...
 Singing Cathar (2 episodes, 2012)
Karl Jansen ...
 Cruisader Guard (2 episodes, 2012)
Stephen Jennings ...
 The Initiate (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Chris Brayling (2 episodes, 2012)
Danny Keogh ...
 Bertrand Pelletier (2 episodes, 2012)
Peter Krummeck ...
 Friar (2 episodes, 2012)
Francesco Nassimbeni ...
 Marie Cecile's Assistant (2 episodes, 2012)
Pauline O'Kelly ...
 Jewish Woman (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Yves Biau (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Paul Authie (2 episodes, 2012)
Aubrey Shelton ...
 Cathar Bishop (2 episodes, 2012)
Mark Simpson ...
 Stockade Guard (2 episodes, 2012)
Scott Sparrow ...
 Thierry (2 episodes, 2012)
Murray Todd ...
 Braissart (2 episodes, 2012)
Isabella Tsinonis ...
 Bertrande - age 6 (2 episodes, 2012)
Farouk Valley-Omar ...
 Harif (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Shelagh O'Donnell (2 episodes, 2012)
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 Old Marie Cecile (2 episodes, 2012)

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The series follows two women-medieval Alaïs Pelletier du Mas (Jessica Brown Findlay), who lives through the Crusades and Cathar massacres in medieval France, and modern-day Alice Tanner (Vanessa Kirby)-in their quest to find the Holy Grail.[1] Alice, a volunteer at a French archaeological excavation, discovers the skeletal remains of two people in a cave, as well as a labyrinth-engraved ring, which attracts the attention of unscrupulous individuals. In 1209, newly married Alaïs is living in Carcassonne, a stronghold of Cathars who have been declared heretical by the Church. Alaïs and her father are protecting three sacred books that reveal the secret of the Holy Grail from the Crusaders. Written by dan

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Long drawn out dribble
1 April 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I just finished watching the second episode and I couldn't wait for it to end. How John Hurt put his name to this I do not know. The other actors must've been hard up for work or Kate Moss is personal friends with all of them.

The long, drawn out scenes are reminisce of American TV shows that use this ploy to make a show seem longer than it really is. The public is intelligent enough to fill in the gaps- really. But maybe it was made for American audiences. It's incredibly predictable and looks like they've used left over sets (and actors) from the Merlin TV series. The plastic chain mail is unconvincing but was forgiven in Merlin, which didn't take itself too seriously.

Another component which I found irritating was the editing- extremely bad. The transitions between eras (and some scenes)is clumsy and this seems to be prevalent not only in TV shows these days, but major movies which seem to be rushed and slapped together.

I honestly thought there would be a lot more depth to the plot than there was.

VERY disappointing.


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