This series follows story of Leonardo Da Vinci his early years in Renaissance Florence.
Runtime: 60 mins
Show Status: Continuing
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Laura Haddock - Lucrezia Donati
Ian Pirie - Captain Dragonetti
Lara Pulver - Clarice Orsini
Tom Bateman - Giulino Medici
Eros Vlahos - Nico
Allan Corduner - Verrocchio
Elliot Cowan - Lorenzo Medici
Blake Ritson - Girolamo Riario
Gregg Chillin - Zoroaster
Hera Hilmar - Vanessa
Tim Faraday - Black Martin
Ross OHennessey - Commander Quattrone
Paul Westwood - Niccolo Ardinghelli
Elliot Levey - Francesco Pazzi
David Schofield - Piero da Vinci
Nick Dunning - Lupo Mercuri
Michael Elwyn - Gentile Becchi
Jason Langley - Officer Bertino
James Faulkner - Pope Sixtus IV
Ben Loyd-Holmes - Condietere Battista
Ted Allpress - Young Leonardo Da Vinci
Andrew Brooke - Grunwald
Simon Armstrong - Scarpa
Joe Claflin - Scarpas Assistant
Mark Sumner - Conti
Roger Evans - The Bird Seller
David Sterne - Blind Beggar
Celyn Jones - Fabrizio
David Sturzaker - Bernardo Baroncelli
Beverley Beck - Stallholder
Alexander Siddig - Al-Rahim
Ken Bones - The Jew
Iain Mitchell - Cicco
Grant Stimpson - Morgante
Erik Madsen - Zircher
John Cording - Father Bagnone
Christopher Elson - Jacopo Saltarelli
Nicholas Rowe - Cardinal Orsini
Estella Daniels - Zita
Michael Culkin - Jacopo Pazzi
Abbie Hirst - Allegra Pazzi
Stephen Marzella - Father Antonio Maffei
Louise Smith - Pazzi Noble Woman
Rorie Stockton - Apprentice Artist
Review: Da Vinciís Demons
Da Vinciís Demons is a light, good humored series placed in approximately the same period and geographical region with the action in than The Borgias; XV century Florence, Italy. The main character is a likeable non-conformist and a bit into drugs, young Leonardo Da Vinci. The series is fast paced, full of action, crimes, sex and extramarital relationships, power games, secret brotherhoods, a mysterious book and of course beautiful femme fatale Lucrezia Donati (Laura Haddock).
The main character, young Leonardo Da Vinci (Tom Riley), is caught in the middle of the two dominant powers of the time - the Medici Family and the Pope. Leonardo pursues his own ambitions, one of his main goals being to see his inventions become reality. Leonardo is haunted by childhood memories, especially the memory of his mother who disappeared when he was just a baby. He also remembers a later time when, as a child, he enters a cave and comes out covered in blood, without remembering exactly what happened there. We immediately know that thereí more to these memories and dreams and that somehow they will define Leonardoís character and shed more light into the mysterious character of his mother.
As for the power games of the tome, on one hand, thereís Pope Sixtus IV, a not so holy character whose sexual preferences are at least questionable, and that seems more than happy to condemn his enemies to the flames of hell, on the other hand, there is the Medici family, headed by Lorenzo Medici and struggling to hold power and maintain Florence independent.
Da Vinciís Demons is fun, and thereís plenty action to keep you entertained for 40 minutes or so on each episode. Furthermore, we get to see some of Da Vinciís ideas for various war-machines put to work. Overall, the series is promising, and thereís no reason to miss this one out.
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