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Complete Templar Collection (2008)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5037899019177
Released: 6th May 2013
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: 4
Catalogue No: THW027
Category: Feature, Adventure
Format: DVD / Box Set
Complete Templar Collection (2008) (Box Set) (Retail / Rental)

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Based on: The novel by Raymond Khoury

Story: Action adventure collection comprising two mini-series and a made-for-TV movie. In 'The Last Templar' (2009), based on the bestselling novel by Raymond Khoury, Mira Sorvino stars as Tess Chaykin, a Manhattan archaeologist who is drawn into a dangerous mission to uncover the lost secrets of the medieval Knights Templar, which - along with FBI detective Sean Daley (Scott Foley) - leads her through the cemeteries and sewers of Manhattan, across continents to desolate Turkish highlands, into a shipwreck on a remote Greek island... and into the very heart of the Vatican's deepest, darkest secret. 'Rome, Blood and Sand' (2005) follows the rise to power of Julius Caesar's nephew, Octavius. When Caesar (Colm Feore) is assassinated, Rome's fate lies in the hands of his chosen heir, young Octavius (Santiago Cabrera). Civil war breaks out and the future of the Empire becomes dependent upon Octavius's defeat of General Mark Antony (Vincent Regan). In 'Lionheart' (2003), set in 1183, after the death of his eldest son, King Henry II (Patrick Stewart) must decide which of his three remaining sons will succeed him. As the time for him to announce his successor approaches, Henry frees his imprisoned wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine (Glenn Close), who he held captive after she plotted to overthrow him. It soon becomes clear, however, that Eleanor favours first child Richard (Andrew Howard), while Henry sees his youngest, John (Rafe Spall), as the next in line but, in the weeks ahead, the King begins to have serious doubts if any of his sons are capable of becoming the new ruler.

Starring: Mira Sorvino, Scott Foley, Victor Garber, Don Jordan, Colm Feore, Santiago Cabrera, Vincent Regan, Emily Blunt, Glenn Close, Patrick Stewart, Andrew Howard, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Rafe Spall

Cinematographer: Sergei Kozlov

Directed by: Paolo Barzman, Andrey Konchalovsky

Music by: Normand Corbeil, Richard Hartley

Produced by: Robert Halmi Jr, Robert Halmi Sr, Tony Jonas, Neil Meron, Tom Wheeler, Craig Zadan, Dyson Lovell

Written by: Suzette Couture, Raymond Khoury, James Goldman

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Studio/distributor: Three Wolves Ltd

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