The Aphrodite Inheritance, When British Engineer Barry Collier is injured in an accident in Cyprus his brother David flies out only to find he has died. It soon becomes apparent that Barry Collier was involved with some very strange people. And before he knows it, David has some strange experiences of his own. Could it have something to do with the photo of a stone carved with hieroglyphics? Who are the intriguing characters that seem to be pulling David Collier’s strings and appear and disappear at will? Businessman Eugene Hellman, the barman Charalambos, the brigand Basileos and the very beautiful Helene. Can it really be that the gods and goddesses of ancient Greece are playing games with him?
Excellent, well worth watching.
It’s a wonderful, engrossing series, that will have you captivated, it’s deliberately paced, the story and characters develop wonderfully. The difference from the first episode to the last is huge, I particularly loved the final episode, it is terrific.
It looks sublime, gorgeous monuments, landscapes and general scenery, this show is a real feast for the senses. Those opening credits are so wonderfully of their time, as is the music.
Tremendous acting from start to finish, all involved play their part, however it’s the enchanting Alexandra Bastedo who will have you transfixed.