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  • Borgias

    Fantastic. Would have loved to have seen on screen but at least it gives series closure.

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  • Disappointing

    Not great. Just so-so. With all that the family had done, one would think that they would have been wiser

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  • Brilliant!

    Not sure if it's historically accurate, but this is the ending the show deserved. It really did deserve a 4th series!

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  • It good

    Ok first: this is a draft for the screenplay. It's not very detailed but it does give you a good idea of where the writer was going to do for season 4. So before you complain keep that in mind

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  • Neil Jordan's view of the Borgias.

    The bitter-sweet end to Neil Jordan's tale of the original crime family couldn't be better. Indeed, this script is what the fans were really missing - some closure. I didn't expect anything less from Jordan, Cesare's rise and fall as Machiavelli's Prince was captivating. Although, I wish there were more interesting scenes between Cesare and Lucretia. On another hand, "fluff" is a foreign concept to the series, thus, even this story-line had to come to a tragic end. Well, we all have to accept that, unfortunately, The Borgias didn't live till a happy ending, as trivial as it sounds. Hence, there could be no fan-service whatsoever in Neil Jordan's final 4th season. Bottom line, this has been very liberating and exiting. Now I can finally go on and spend my time in a more productive way, avoiding all the Borgia fandom YouTube videos and badly written fanfics.

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