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Episode #1.3 

A monk goes missing, William looks for a new pair of glasses to inspect the library's books, Adso falls for a free-spirited peasant girl, huntress Anna goes on a mission to avenge her family and kill Gui.

Director:

Giacomo Battiato

Writers:

Umberto Eco (from his novel), Andrea Porporati (bible by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Turturro ... Guglielmo da Baskerville
Rupert Everett ... Bernardo Gui
Damian Hardung Damian Hardung ... Adso da Melk
Fabrizio Bentivoglio ... Remigio da Varagine
Greta Scarano ... Anna
Richard Sammel ... Malachia da Hildesceim
Stefano Fresi ... Salvatore
Roberto Herlitzka ... Alinardo da Grottaferrata
Fausto Maria Sciarappa ... Nicola da Morimondo
Maurizio Lombardi Maurizio Lombardi ... Berengario da Arundel
Nina Fotaras ... La Ragazza (as Antonia Fotaras)
Guglielmo Favilla Guglielmo Favilla ... Venanzio da Salvemec
Piotr Adamczyk ... Severino da Sant'Emmerano
Tchéky Karyo ... Papa Giovanni XXII (as Tcheky Karyo) (credit only)
Benjamin Stender ... Bencio da Uppsala

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William discretely overlooks Adso's time spent with the peasant lay slut and works on a code to read the Apocalyptic verses on the library frescoes, which he interprets as indications they stem from Dolcino's heresy, which Florence eradicated by sword and pyre. Adso's interest in Dolcino's writings alerts dogmatic monks Benno and Malachia. While the papal troops continue their unrelenting advance, a papal message clears the cardinal and inquisitor Bernardo Gui of sins in advance. Huntress Anna seizes the passage to exact bloody long-overdue revenge for her family's death on Bernardo Gui. (Al)chemical knowledge proves valuable in the bathtub drowning case after inspecting what's missing from the abbey's apothecary stock. Written by KGF Vissers

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for two gifts, see it !
22 June 2019 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

Fausto Maria Sciarappa gives a good Nicola. Rupert Everett propose a more profound Bernardo Gui and, not surprising, John Turturro sustain, in beatiful manner, entire episode. Sure, you expect the novel and the vision of director deserves be respected , but the feel to see a sort of puzzle in which the pieces are used for new drawings, simmilar to original but not the same, with high good intentions, off course, is, for me, a little serious problem. But, the opening of each episode and the hard - subtle work of John Turturro are precious gifts.


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Language:

Italian

Release Date:

30 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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