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Prague Clock: The Curse of the Orloj 

As two clockmakers race against the curse of the Orloj, a curse that has already driven the city of Prague to madness and death with the Black Plague, these brothers will discover the price of trying to change history.

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Christoph Schrewe

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Ashley Miller (as Ashley Edward Miller), Aaron Mahnke (based on the podcast by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Steven Berkoff ... Dr. Kristoff Brehovy
Numan Acar ... Dirvick Mirandesh
Elie Haddad ... Jan Mirandesh
Ian Reddington ... Foreman
Tomás Merkl Tomás Merkl ... Young Kristoff Brehovy
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As two clockmakers race against the curse of the Orloj, a curse that has already driven the city of Prague to madness and death with the Black Plague, these brothers will discover the price of trying to change history.

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The only lore pictured (somewhat) correctly is the piece with Mr. Hanus getting his eyes burned out and breaking the orloj afterwards as an act of vengeance. Even in this legend (debunked long time ago) he didn't throw himself into the clock. The rest of the story is completely made up by the screenwriter. See more »

Goofs

The statues of the Apostles were not added until the 1790's and were not present when Jan fixed the clock. See more »

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I liked the episode
1 June 2019 | by 3Lina3See all my reviews

Had to go to Wikipedia afterwards and to check everything. The legend is proved to be made up, of course, but this time it was good for the show and the story they made out of it was quite good.

Still the shortage of historical accuracy and the logic of characters of this show keep worrying me. Perhaps, it's a good entertainment for people like me, people who like to find out what it was like back then and reconstruct that in their mind.


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19 October 2018 (USA) See more »

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Milk & Honey Pictures See more »
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