Forever Knight - Trilogy Part 2

Forever Knight - Trilogy Part 2

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Product Details

Release Date: 01/04/2005
UPC: 0043396094741
Rating: NR
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 19:08:00
Sales rank: 52,570

Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentaries with show creator James D. Parriott and stars Geraint Wyn Davies and Nigel Bennett; "About The Show" featurette; Questions from the fans; Previews

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Forever Knight - Trilogy Part 2 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Season Two is probably the best, or maybe the strongest, FOREVER KNIGHT. It was a full season with 26 episodes, including “Stranger Than Fiction”, a little nod to Ann Rice. Nick Knight, a Toronto cop, was born Nicolas de Brabant in medieval France, but he brought over in 1228, that is, he is made into a Vampire. Nick’s quest to become human is still explored, but the other characters have a lot to say in this second season. La Croix, Nick’s sire and nemesis, is given a more humane face, as we see how he became a vampire. Janette’s past is looked at. Schanke’s dilemma of being Nick’s all-too-human partner is given voice. Natalie’s love and her own demons about life are also seen. There are four commentaries and some extra features, which make this dvd a step above the first season release. Still I’m greedy; this is the 42-minute American episodes and I long for the Canadian 48 minutes. Sometimes the hunger never stops. -- Leslie Strang Akers
Guest More than 1 year ago
While season 1 delt with more with Nick's human side, Season 2 focuses more on his vampiric side. The immediate feeling is: "something'sa different" (and it's not that Capt Stonetree is missing). Season 2 continues the detailed plots, the deep story lines, and the well-developed inter-relationships between the characters that we all loved in Season 1 and veers off to let us all see more of the vanpire's world. A must have collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After having seen this show backwards, (I saw the end of season 3 while the show was still on the air), and having bought and watched all of season 1, season 2 makes it all make sense. Of course, outside of this fact, of watching the show backwards, season 2 is an even stronger season than season 1 was in comparision. I still think that season 1 was a good season, but season 2 is more interesting. I look forward to seeing all of season 3 (finally!!) after watching all of season 2 on DVD.
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