Prisoner (Miniseries) (2009)
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Editor's NoteIan McKellen and James Caviezel headline this remake of Patrick McGoohan's landmark British television series. Shortly after resigning from a clandestine spy organization based in New York, a man (Caviezel) awakens in The Village and discovers that he's now known as "6." A desert oasis in which conformity is the key to contentment, The Village is populated by people who seem to have no knowledge of the outside world. Everyone in The Village is designated a number, and the omnipresent 2 (McKellen) is always watching. But while most of the locals seem to thrive on the simplicity of life in The Village, the only option for desperate 6 is to escape at any cost.
The Prisoner (2009) - DVD Review
By: David R Perry Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 3/28/2010 2:24 PM
|AMC's six-part mini-series of The Prisoner is a re-imagining of the original cult series from the late '60s, starring Patrick McGoohan. This update features some of the same ideas and constructs, but strikes out on its own paths as well. This remake features Sir Ian McKellen as Two and Jim Caviezel as Six. The basic premise of the show: A man (Caviezel) wakes up in the desert, confused about how he got there and suffering from what seems to be selective amnesia. He eventually stumbles upon a town, which the inhabitants simply call The Village. People there seem to know who he is - using the name Six, as everyone is simply referred to by their number - and what's more, they all seem to think that The Village is all there is....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Jamie Campbell Bower|
|Bill Gallagher - Teleplay|
|Nick Hurran - Director|