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Masters of Phantoms

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Historical drama. Anne divulges to Jane Rochford that Mark Smeaton, Francis Weston and Harry Norris have all declared their love to her, a treasonable offence.

Anne accuses Cromwell of betrayal when she finds out he tried to protect Mary and not Elizabeth at a time of crisis. But Anne's power is dissolving rapidly and her enemies are gathering.

Anne argues with Jane Rochford but in her anger Anne divulges that the musician Mark Smeaton and the nobles Francis Weston and Harry Norris have all declared their love to her, a treasonable offence.

Jane Rochford takes great pleasure in reporting these events to Cromwell. She further insinuates that her husband George Boleyn's unhealthy sexual appetite extends to his sister. Cromwell is dumbfounded by such accusations, but brings Mark Smeaton in for questioning. Smeaton foolishly boasts of his own exploits with the Queen, and under duress starts to spill other names including Norris, Weston and William Brereton. Cromwell now has enough information to act and these men together with Anne and George Boleyn are brought to the Tower of London.

As Cromwell visits each gentleman in his cell, he thinks back to Cardinal Wolsey's demise and remembers how each of Norris, Weston, Brereton and George Boleyn had cruelly mocked his master. Cromwell has exacted the ultimate revenge.

Anne is also found guilty and sentenced to death. But with so many heads removed, who now stands between Cromwell and the King?

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Tue 14 Apr 2020 23:00

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Role Contributor
Thomas Cromwell Mark Rylance
King Henry VIII Damian Lewis
Anne Boleyn Claire Foy
Duke of Norfolk Bernard Hill
Rafe Sadler Thomas Brodie-Sangster
Jane Rochford Jessica Raine
Richard Cromwell Joss Porter
Gregory Cromwell Tom Holland
Harry Norris Luke Roberts
William Brereton Alastair Mackenzie
Mark Smeaton Max Fowler
Thomas Wriothesley Joel MacCormack
Thomas Cranmer Will Keen
Frances Weston Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
George Boleyn Edward Holcroft
Duke of Suffolk Richard Dillane
Lord Chancellor Audley Tim Steed
Mary Shelton Hannah Steele
Solicitor Gen Richard Riche Bryan Dick
Master Treasurer Fitzwilliam James Larkin
Sir William Kingston Paul Clayton
Lady Shelton Lucy Russell
Francis Bryan Felix Scott
Sir Nicholas Carew Nigel Cooke
Executioner Philippe Spall
Writer Peter Straughan
Producer Mark Pybus
Director Peter Kosminsky
Production Company Company Pictures


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