The Borgias is the sordid saga of one of the most remarkable and legendary families in history. Set in 15th century Italy at the height of the renaissance, The Borgias chronicles the corrupt rise of patriarch Rodrigo Borgia (Academy Award Winner Jeremy Irons) to the papacy, where he proceeds to commit every sin in the book to amass and retain power, influence and enormous wealth for himself and his family. Don't miss a minute of the lavish, sexy, scandalous drama from the creative mind of Academy Award Winner Neil Jordan
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The Borgias is a TV box set that stars Jeremy irons, the moment you start watching it you will become addicted. It portrays life in the middle ages and how the Catholic Church controlled world affairs by using it's power to influence Kings and countries. You will soon see where the term Cardinal Sin came from, the biggest sinners are not the congregation but the papacy itself.
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