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Knightfall

A look at the final days of the Knights Templar during the 14th century. Knightfall chronicles the mysterious but true accounts of the Knights Templar, the elite warriors of the Crusades. It delves into the great secrets protected by the Templars and tells the story of faith, loyalty and brotherhood that help sustain these warriors on the battlefield, and the dark events that would forever sear the infamous date of Friday the 13th into the world's psyche.

Year: 2017
Genre: Drama, Action
Country: USA
Starring: Tom Cullen, Padraic Delaney, Julian Ovenden, Ed Stoppard, Mark Hamill
Duration: 431 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Graphic violence, sex scenes & content thay may disturb
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Location in store: New TV to DVD

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