The Name of the Rose

The Name of the Rose

Based on the international bestselling novel that’s captivated generations, The Name of the Rose transports you to a medieval abbey full of mysteries. It’s the winter of 1327. Franciscan friar William of Baskerville (John Turturro) reaches an isolated Benedictine abbey in the Italian Alps where a gruesome murder has taken place. Upon his arrival, the abbey seems to be cursed by ghosts, blood, and a dark secret that lies within the labyrinth of its famous library. Can William and his young apprentice Adso solve the deadly mystery before it unravels the Franciscan order?

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Absolutely enthralled the entire series! the writing and the skills of the actors to make you feel everything they were feeling. i loved that it kept you in the dark on regards to the murderer. extremely well done

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23 days ago

Absolutely enthralled the entire series! the writing and the skills of the actors to make you feel everything they were feeling. i loved that it kept you in the dark on regards to the murderer. extremely well done

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23 days ago

Absolutely enthralled the entire series! the writing and the skills of the actors to make you feel everything they were feeling. i loved that it kept you in the dark on regards to the murderer. extremely well done

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23 days ago

Outstanding. good play by Sundance.Catholic Church Unsung heroes.

bluehawk94
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a month ago

Excellent. Great Choice by Sundance. Thank you. Umberto Eco is an excellent writer and an agnostic. Many in the Catholic Church do an excellent job. Unsung heroes. I love the Jesuits.

R5V
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a month ago