of God (Series)
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In 2020, Britain is ruled by the Knights
of God, a fascist religious order - founded by the Prior Mordrin (Woodvine) -
that came to power during a brutal civil war in the year 2000, during which the
Royal Family were supposedly all slaughtered by Hugo (Fellowes). Mordrin has renamed
the south of England "Anglia," while the north - which has only now been brought
under control - he calls "Northumbria." In between is the "Wasteland", where the
remaining resistance fighters - labelled "terrorists" by Mordrin - are still at
large. Winchester is the new capital, as London was largely destroyed in the war.
George Winter (Gervase Owen Edwards); John Woodvine (The Prior Mordrin);
Julian Fellowes (Brother Hugo); Claire Parker (Julia Clarke); Patrick Troughton
(Arthur); Gareth Thomas (Owen Edwards – all bar episodes 6, 7 & 10); Shirley Stelfox
(Beth Edwards (all bar episodes 2-4, 7, 11 & 12); Nigel Stock (Brother Simon –
all bar episodes 1-3 & 5-7); Barrie Cookson (Brigadier Clarke – all bar episodes
1-6); Don Henderson (Colley – episodes 1, 5 & 7-10 only); Peter Childs (Brother
Tyrell – episodes 8-13 only); Christopher Bowen (Knight Helicopter Pilot – all
bar episodes 2, 8, 9 & 11-13).
The year is 2020. After the civil war, Britain is being ruled by the
Knights of God. But plans are being made for a rebellion - with a young man being
singled out for a mysterious, but vital, role.
Gervase and Julia learn more about the Order and each other. Mordrin
is determined to find the leader of the Resistance and has mysetrious plans for
Gervase- but will be be foiled by Julia’s plan?
Julia’s fate seems certain as Mordrin steps up the pressure. Gervase’s
love for her is challenged and he has to make a horrifying decision.
Gervase joins the Order and Mordrin sets him to his mission. However,
Hugo has other plans for the boy.
Hugo’s plans develop as Mordin’s promise to Gervase is broken.
Cast: Anne Stallybrass (Nell); John Vine (Brother Williams); Spencer
Leigh (Brother Wilson). Hugo sends Williams on a mission, as Mordin is persuaded
to let Gervase have his own way.
Julia and Gervase have little time to enjoy being united, as Hugo’s
henchmen seen to complete their mission. Colley is determined to get revenge for
Gervase and Julia are imprisoned in the
Hugo sets in motion a plan to be rid of Mordrin, while Owen and Beth
plead with Arthur to release Gervase.
Julia and Gervase attempt to survive with both sides seeking to destroy
them. Meanwhile, Hugo arranges to miss his trial.
Cast: Owen Teale (Dai); Tenniel Evans (Dafydd); David
Lyon (Archbishop Armstrong); Robert Swann (Chaplain); Paul Holmes & Toby Ostrom
(Assassins). Mordrin rejects even his friends in attempting to run his regime
single-handed. Julia and Gervase learn that their quest is not over and the people
of Britain depend on them.
Hugo and Mordrin are set on a collision course as the Resistance
prepares to overthrow the Order. Julia and Gervase arrive to hear the name that
will destroy Mordrin.
Has Mordrin’s comman set deep in Gervase’s hypnotised mind finally taken effect?
The Knights will rule Britain again unless something can pull Gervase back from
the brink. .
The Knights of God series
was filmed in 1.33:1 ratio Color with Mono English audio track.
series was never sold on video or DVD and is extremely hard to come by. The overall
quality is good (8 out of 10), but not commercial quality.
DVDs are region free and work internationally. The DVDs will be supplied in loose
format with protective paper/plastic sleeves.