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Die Medici Imdb Navigation menu VideoMedici: Masters of Florence Season 1 Opening Theme Daniel Caltagirone. Der Apotheker wird mit einem Dolch erstochen, der Lorenzo gehört. Über Die Medici. Oktober und dem Valentina Carnelutti. Dezember Weihnachtsfilme Amazon Prime Sarah Felberbaum. Eugenio Madagascar Stream Deutsch. Die Medici kehren nach Florenz zurück und lassen Rinaldo Albizzi festnehmen. Marco wird des Mordes an Giovanni verdächtigt, weil er einen verdächtigen Kaufvertrag über Land in der Tasche hatte, doch Cosimo Cotillard ihn laufen. Italien Ein Mann Unter Verdacht Kritik, Vereinigtes Königreich. Cosimo beschuldigt zunächst seinen Bruder, lässt dann aber von diesem Verdacht ab. Paolo Buonvino. Cosimo kann den Abriss beenden.
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Season 3 Episode 5. All Episodes Witnessing the right opportunity to seize power for to survive, Lorenzo and Clarice embark on the journey where they would discover the darkest aspects of the pious papacy, when Lorenzo eventually obtains for what he has thrived so far.
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After finding his city Florence threatened to fall into the grasp of his enemies anytime, and his family including his children not much shielded, Lorenzo makes an unforeseen decision.
S3, Ep3. In the midst of tyrannies in a foreign land, Lorenzo schemes to bend the circumstances his way to win his battle. Also being in a company of a former acquaintance, he battles the evoking forbidden affections to stay devoted to Clarice.
S3, Ep4. As Florence has been prospering for a while thanks to the magnificent's policies, Lorenzo now wishes to bring a permanent peace to promise a secured future of his family even if it takes him to let go of his virtuous believes he once had.
S3, Ep5. Witnessing the right opportunity to seize power for to survive, Lorenzo and Clarice embark on the journey where they would discover the darkest aspects of the pious papacy, when Lorenzo eventually obtains for what he has thrived so far.
S3, Ep6. After discovering a past mistake made by a family member, the Medici family faces yet another crisis for which Lorenzo must take maverick measures resulting in losing his virtues and ardent believers.
Actors are well cast and do a superlative job of bringing characters to life. Needless to say, the stunning backdrops in Italy are magnificent.
The productions values are right up there too, whether it be costumes, sets, whatever. And a grate theme song by Paolo Buonvino and Skin. If you haven't watched this, you really should!
Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. Shehasgreeneyes 21 November You can watch this one without having to watch the first however I did and liked the first as well I'm quite fond of the Medici's history and I appreciated these two italian series for what they are: a fictional product inspired by historical characters that celebrates them, but doesn't have the goal to be a documentary.
It's a homage without the presumption of being the one and only truth. If you want to know more about the real people, read history books tho, sometimes even historians have more fiction in their books than actual facts, but this is another issue..
I think this series has nothing to envy from other historical tv shows: the cast is great, music and cinematography excellent.
In terms of flaws, it does have many of course. Characters arcs are a bit doomed by the fact you have relatively few episodes to develop them. Also, I think that while I appreciate the cast includes talented italian-born actors too - since it's about italian's culture, history and people - I noticed a pattern in that the italian actors are only cast for secondary roles.
As for the differences with the 'real story', you have many because the writers have to still create their own fictional world around these characters otherwise it would be boring and predictable.
I, however, find the differences are, for the most part, functional to the narrative and this version of the characters thus the writers' vision.
In general, I think it is easier to notice the differences in known real life events that may get changed there are many.
And let me say that Lorenzo is a bit too much a saint here.. For example, some may complain that this series romanticizes the relationship between Lorenzo and his wife Clarice, but is that aspect really the most unbelievable thing?
The two had 10 kids together and in a time where men having lovers and illegitimate kids was considered almost the norm in society, Lorenzo had none.
His father and grandfather did, Lorenzo didn't. The only lover we kind of know he had is Bartolomea Nasi, whom he had relations only years after his wife's death anyway.
We know from the correspondence between him and his wife, as well as accounts of friends, that Lorenzo had a great affection and respect for his wife as well as his kids and the rest of his family.
If we know that she was a sweet woman and important to him, it's because of his own written words most touching is the letter he wrote after her death where he expressed authentic grief and sorrow over the loss.
He may have not written poetry for her which isn't surprising because "amor cortese" poetry traditionally excludes marriage for specific reasons you may not understand nowadays but made perfect sense at the time , but some of their correspondence is, perhaps, more authentic in its lack of fanciness and as an expression of affection than most of his poetry for other women is.
It may have been an arranged marriage, like most where at the time, but it doesn't mean it was a loveless one on the long run so I don't find their relationship in the series is the most far fetched thing even the first time he saw her is, I think, a little nod to a letter written by Lorenzo's mother where, upon meeting the girl for the first time as a possible bride for her son, she said he had seen the girl himself and it seems she had made an impression on him.
The series ending credits include some historians whom the writers consulted, I guess those are among the ones who, using sources, simply have a different interpretation of their relationship, along other personal aspects, than how previous narrative products about Lorenzo had romanticized and 'invented' his private life before.
In short, you can't criticize the writers just because their story may not align with romanticized stuff made by others. After all, even other aspects are romanticized in the series as much if not more than the relationship between husband and wife.
Like I mentioned before, Lorenzo is far more a 'good boy' here than he was in real life. His 'lover' Lucrezia Donati is portrayed as being his mistress here but in real life, she never was his lover, as his love for her was only platonic, and he even was the one who helped her father find a husband for her in the businessman Ardinghelli.
Yes, he wrote poetry for her and it is important and makes it reasonable to believe that she probably was his first love, but people should take it in context and not make the huge mistake of wanting to project a modern ideal of romantic love on their relationship.
His poetry for her followed a long established tradition by Petrarca that celebrated platonic love and she was, in many ways, one of the popular girls of his time that he choose for the purposes of amor cortese, as it was the trend for all the guys in his circle to have one.
Real life, however, is another thing and aside from Age of Innocence speculations, there is no proof there was any relationship between them before and after he married miss Orsini.
In fact, if you are looking for realism, perhaps it would be more fitting to represent them like they represent the connection between Botticelli and his muse Simonetta.
Speaking about Simonetta, we know that her relationship with Giuliano is romanticized too because in reality, it's likely that the woman he actually was in love with, and whom he had an intimate relationship with during the historical time developed in the series, was in fact another Fioretta Gorini, who isn't even mentioned here but she gave him a son that he unfortunately never saw because he died before his birth So yeah, the series absolutely isn't faithful to history about everything, and it does romanticize characters and relationships all of them, even the friendship between Lorenzo and Francesco Pazzi, that I loved!
If you criticize this series for that, you might as well not watch any series about historical characters because I can guarantee you few of them, if any, don't romanticize things.
Just my two cents. I love period pieces, and this one does not disappoint. Unlike DaVinci's demons, which borderlines on corny, this series has a lot of drama, some sex and a decent accounting of the Medici household.
Of course it takes some liberties, but for the most part it is a good solid watch- and the scenery is stunning. The costumes are beautiful and so are the interior sets.
The characters seemed a tiny bit flat, but that was more of a writing error than a acting issue. However, most history - shown in the day to day- isn't all sex and roses, so I thought this was well done.
I think that the influence of the church should have been examined more closely, as the Popes during that time were not pious men.
I look forward to future installments. I love period dramas, and I particularly like the idea of a drama centered around the Medici family.
Acting is great, story line is great. It's often difficult to hear the dialogue, even when it's not being drowned out by the overbearing score.
It's just not mixed well. I am honestly baffled by the negative reviews for this show. While it wasn't perfect, for me the good far outweighed the bad.
First, the strengths: 1 The soundtrack! The opening sequence is strong, and sets the tone beautifully for what is to come, and the moody instrumental music throughout the show added to the scenes without being distracting.
From the landscapes to the sets, costumes, food, colors If you enjoy political intrigue, relationship drama, or the arts, this show is where it's at.
Annabel Scholey's many layered performance as Contessina was stunning. Richard Madden can say more with just his eyes than anyone currently on television.
I only saw two issues that detracted from the program. His accent and demeanor did not mesh with everything else, and the performance had the air of being something his agent forced him to do.
Normally I really do love DH, but this was not his best. In spite of that, I couldn't stop watching, and really enjoyed this show.
Looking forward to season 2! Was a terrible casting error. I adore him, but he was simply dreadful in this role. I think this is a great series for entertainment and history It did inspire me to do more research on the Medici family.
I discovered the series isn't entirely historically accurate but then we are talking about events that happened or not over yrs ago..
The setting is lush and is everything required for the series to be believable The actors are all incredible and convincing The soundtrack is pretty good despite the more modern beats..
I think they should have included more period music. The soundtrack is a bit repetitive but that is my main criticism! The intrigues are complicated by historical flashbacks which takes getting used to but all in all i cant wait for the second season!
I really enjoyed season 1 and 2 of this series. And I am impatiently waiting for season 3! There is just one thing I need to say.
I am so tired of people complaining that series like this are not good because they do not follow the exact history of these people and this time.
I am a History student and I truly love shows like this. That the history is not completely accurate does not mean you can not enjoy this.
Sovstop jammering about this! Such an underrated show, and i prefer it over other historical dramas like The borgias and Tudors.
Richard madden and Daniel were amazing and fit for the characters. The show gave me assassin's creed brotherhood vibes, which made me love it even more.
Loved storyline, the historical period and settings. Warning: Spoilers. I get it, that most people with a passing interest are probably already confused by the time period, but I'm sick of seeing bad history.
And if your core viewership is people who care about history, then the show fails. Its not the contractions of some historical persons' roles into others e.
What really marked Florence was her humanism. Perhaps not that dramatic, but the humanist's war of words lead to actual sword play.Miriam Leone in Medici (). Lily JamesItalienische SchönheitGriechische GötterPersönlichkeitsinspirationKarnevalElegant. Mehr dazu Gemerkt von: IMDb. Die Medici (): Cosimo de Medici (Richard Madden), der Sohn einfacher Händler in der italienischen Stadt Florenz im ausgehenden Mittelalter, steht im . er · 90er · 80er · 70er · 60er · 50er · vor den 50ern. Indische Serien ausschließen. Serien gefunden. Sortiert nach Netflix Premiere IMDb-Bewertung.
I notice several reviews that mention the first season only, IE Dustin Hoffman's role, etc. On my first viewing, I found the first few episodes to be slightly boring, but the show only got better as it went along.
I truly enjoyed season 1, but season 2 is on a whole other level and I urge anyone who didn't care for season 1 to keep watching. I find Lorenzo seasons to be much more likeable as a main character, and the Pazzi storyline was captivating.
I gasped and cried throughout this show and I found myself very attached to the characters. The Medicis have their faults but for the most part, they're good characters who you root for.
I really enjoyed some of the character and relationship arcs, and the romance is done well. More of a slow burn between the two main couples, infuriating at times, but entertaining to watch as there's good chemistry.
Not a ton of sex or nudity, mostly in the first season and then it drops off after that. The costuming is gorgeous, and the soundtrack!
I'm currently obsessed with it and listen to it frequently. The music is very prevalent throughout the series, but to me it just helps tie everything together.
The acting is great and Daniel Sharman especially is amazing as Lorenzo. I can't imagine anyone else in that role as he IS Lorenzo.
I think anyone who loves history, politics and scheming, and family drama will enjoy this show. It's very underrated and I had never heard of it until I came across it randomly on Netflix.
It's simply one of the best shows I've ever watched, personally. Loved it! Cosimo and Lorenzo De Medici are fascinating historical characters and the story line weaves with the intrigue and political tightropes of the day.
Of course there are historical liberties but the script and sets recreated the era well. The story drew me in and the acting is brilliant!
Loved Contessina's character and Annabel Scholey pulled it off! Hats off to Richard Madden, Giudo Caprino and the entire cast.
The real Cosimo was a key player in the formation of the Renaissance, no small thing. Love that a series would tackle the era and the real pressures that such a significant person faced.
Another review said the dialogue was boring which surprises me but it wasn't really an age of "zingers", maybe that's what they were looking for.
Costumes and scenery were enjoyable but the music was so overdone I kept waiting for a sudden pause and a fart sound effect. This takes itself too seriously.
I started to picture ways to turn each scene into an SNL skit, which isn't good. Also, Dustin Hoffman is Dustin Hoffman in every role he plays.
That's cool, but perhaps not for a Medici? And can we just talk about how they all have different accents. What up with that?
I don't know if it's just my TV but the music was so loud it was ridiculous and then the characters spoke so low they were practically whispering and I was all, "What'd that guy just say?
This is serious! Also, these people look awfully well groomed for the time period. I'm not saying they should be missing teeth or have steam coming off them but just a bit more realism?
Is anyone even reading this? I could totally be eating a sandwich right now. I think this series was artfully filmed and well acted.
I enjoyed season one very much and was bit dissapointed in part 2 as it became more like a soap opera, a noticable difference.
But overall, I didn't want it to end. I love this period of art history. Would love very to have seen more artist highlighted. A Harlequin Romance version of one of the most extraordinary men, families, and times in all human history.
Think about it, half a millennium later the civilized world still venerates a place the size of Abilene Texas. Cosimo was Pater Patriae - father to his people, from plebeians to patricians.
He chose to invest his life and fortune in his community, that alone makes him exceptional. And the wisdom with which he did that. Cosimo's contribution to civilization is immeasurable.
It should be a lesson for every city council in every town and city of the world. If this is your first experience with the subject, then by all means enjoy this melodramatic version.
And some day spend a week or a month in Florence - six centuries and still one of the most refulgent blossoms on the planet.
I really like the show it has the scenery that is remarkably what you would experience back during those times. Also characters are easy to follow and at times enjoyable.
I am enjoying each of the sewed and at times enjoy the debates that each character has about himself and about each of the other characters and with whom that character is involved.
The only issue or concern that I have is that in the story line for season one there are two families of power and money but one seems to have complete control over The guards and law enforcement which isn't really explained why.
Otherwise a truly enjoyable show which is why I give it to 8 out of 10 score I hope you enjoy. The story, the cast, the location all promised a lot but the dialogue let the overall standard down.
The early story of the growth of the Medici family to the height of influence in medieval Florence was told by switching the setting 20 years backwards and forwards, which made it tricky to grasp who all the characters were and what exactly was going on.
The main characters of father and two sons were clear but you really need to know who the subsidiary characters are to get the full story.
With that caveat the settings are gorgeous, the two brothers are well cast, Lorenzo in particular is good, and I hope that as the story progresses the other characters fall into focus.
Historical accuracy is a bit hit and miss but quite honestly only to be expected. Cliche after cliche For example, in a single day, a mousy housewife transforms from meek to defying the main protagonist.
Then, a corrupt, power hungry housewife, who wants an adversary of the Medici family executed, then has a morality problem with her husband does it.
Historically inaccurate. Accents are distracting. For a story about an Italian family, they certainly found enough British, American, Irish, Scottish, and Australian actors.
The acting is good. Sets are great. So much potential - great production standards talented pool of gifted actors but the story telling is wanting.
Painfully slow paced, very repetitive content. This time period has not been well covered by film and television, as such they had a free hand.
I expected to be captivated by the exciting people of this time, people whose names and accomplishments still persist in current memory.
Instead I find myself struggling to stay awake. Its the pace of the show and the repetitive content and slow moving multi-episodic themes that are dragged out.
I wish they could have attracted some of the writing talent behind "Rome" and "The Borgias" The creator here is the also force behind "The Man in the High Castle" that I now hold also to be very slow paced.
I think that we are facing a long drawn out production where too much time and effort is placed on mundane elements.
Oh look, Guido Caprino is galloping across the countryside on the same horse on what appears to be a different day though the scenery and the weather are all suspiciously similar.
That is what I found myself saying by episode four. I had lost count of these instances while watching Medici: Masters of Florence.
Warning: a few vague spoilers ahead The show opens using the ancient device of flashbacks to tell the story of how Cosimo De' Medici learned the arts of politicking, deception, and supply chain management from his now dead father, artfully played by Dustin Hoffman who left his occasional dampness at home and brought his most refined Shylock with him.
The problem is that this particular storytelling device is so clumsily introduced it is distracting instead of absorbing.
This continues from episode to episode with varying degrees of success and relevance. I appreciate the writing of Nicholas Meyer who brought us The Prince of Egypt and Star Trek IV - "the one with the whales" but there is little fluidity to be found here.
The real art of the show lies in its cinematography, costuming, and locale. Even the CGI is magnificent and it is clear that is where the budget went.
A host of cultivated actors fill out the cast and do their best with a script that requires you believe that the 's were really fraught with hygiene, good teeth, and a Florence that has a population of 12 people - and those 12 move to Rome when it too needs a population.
The wink and nod at Game of Thrones in episode two might make a few fans laugh or gawk at the screen for a moment but that moment then leads to a reminder that we are watching a TV show and not immersed in the rich history of one of the renaissance's finest, most ingenious, most insidious families that impacted the rule of kingdoms far flung and for generations to come.
I will not nit pick at historical accuracy. These shows invariably reshape the story to make a point or to move the plot along and this is storytelling, not a history class.
Episode Guide. A political family drama set in Florence in the early fifteenth century. Cosimo de Medici finds himself at the helm of his banking dynasty when his father, Giovanni, dies suddenly.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Daniel Sharman Lorenzo de' Medici 16 episodes, Alessandra Mastronardi Lucrezia Donati 16 episodes, Synnove Karlsen Clarice 16 episodes, Sebastian De Souza Sandro Botticelli 16 episodes, Pietro Ragusa Contessina 13 episodes, David Brandon Petrucci 13 episodes, Sarah Parish Lucrezia de' Medici 12 episodes, Aurora Ruffino Bianca de' Medici 12 episodes, Callum Blake Carlo de' Medici 12 episodes, Bradley James Giuliano de' Medici 11 episodes, Jacopo Olmo Antinori Bastiano Soderini 11 episodes, Guido Caprino Marco Bello 10 episodes, Jack Bannon Angelo Poliziano 10 episodes, Richard Madden Cosimo 8 episodes, Francesco Montanari Girolamo Savonarola 8 episodes, Stuart Martin Lorenzo 8 episodes, Johnny Harris Bruno Bernardi 8 episodes, Matteo Martari Francesco de' Pazzi 8 episodes, Alessandro Sperduti Lucrezia 8 episodes, Sean Bean Jacopo de' Pazzi 8 episodes, Ken Bones Simonetta Vespucci 8 episodes, Brian Cox Guadagni 8 episodes, Tatjana Nardone Emilia 8 episodes, Charlie Vickers Guglielmo Pazzi 8 episodes, Gualtiero Burzi Fra Quintino 8 episodes, Miriam Dalmazio Bona of Savoy 8 episodes, Alan Cappelli Goetz Roberto Cavalcanti 8 episodes, Michele Balducci Guido Cavalcanti 8 episodes, Lex Shrapnel Rinaldo Albizzi 7 episodes, Toby Regbo Tommaso Peruzzi 7 episodes, Eugenio Franceschini Release Dates.
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All Episodes Witnessing the right opportunity to seize power for to survive, Lorenzo and Clarice embark on the journey where they would discover the darkest aspects of the pious papacy, when Lorenzo eventually obtains for what he has thrived so far.Sarah Felberbaum. David Sturzaker. Frank SpotnitzNicholas Meyer. Alien Film den Angeboten. Bredanis Mörder lässt Lorenzo töten. Über Die Medici.