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Helen elopes with Paris, which causes chaos for the Greeks and Trojans. Agamemnon is left to face an agonising dilemma and the Olympian gods are forced to choose sides in the conflict.

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Owen Harris

Writers:

David Farr (created by), David Farr | 1 more credit »
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Episode credited cast:
Louis Hunter ... Paris
Shamilla Miller ... Athena
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michelle Allen Michelle Allen ... Lower City Girl
Jonas Armstrong ... Menelaus
David Avery ... Xanthius
Inge Beckmann ... Hera
Carl Beukes ... Diomedes
Garth Breytenbach ... Ajax
Thando Bulane-Hopa Thando Bulane-Hopa ... Artemis
Peter Butler ... Nestor
Emily Child ... Clytemnestra
Lauren Coe ... Iphegenia
Susan Danford Susan Danford ... Midwife Minoa
Bella Dayne ... Helen
Guy de Lancey Guy de Lancey ... High Priest Lycaon
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Storyline

Helen stows away on Paris's ship to elope to Troy with him. Hecuba insists she be sent back but after Helen has pleaded her case to stay Priam considers negotiations. However the Spartans are already launching an army, led by Menelaus, his brother Agamemnon and Odysseus. Priam meets with Menelaus and initially agrees to return Helen to him but, having heard the sanctions Menelaus intends to impose on Troy, retracts his decision. Menelaus leaves, threatening to return and destroy the city and the gods of Olympus are divided as they champion opposing sides. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Country:

UK | South Africa

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 February 2018 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color
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Near the end of the episode When Helen and Paris are talking on the battlefield a propane tank is briefly visible. See more »

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Ignore the OCD dude
19 March 2018 | by whoopn-54380See all my reviews

Production Value is very high Wardrobe is well done Acting is pretty good Story makes you contemplate and squirm a bit when bad stuff happens. Those who question the history need to remember this was a long freakin time ago in the 12th or 13th century. So we dont know everything and even the archeological account is highly speculative (we don't even know exactly when it occurred).


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