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Vikingos - Temporada 2 [Blu-ray]
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Segunda temporada de la serie Vikingos. La segunda temporada sitúa a Ragnar Lothbrok como un líder igual de respetado que temido. Esta nueva etapa le llevará a enfrentarse a su hermano Rollo, que ha prometido lealtad a Jarl Borg, por lo que la batalla entre los dos ejércitos está al caer.
Serie de TV (2013-Actualidad). Narra las aventuras del héroe Ragnar Lothbrok, de sus hermanos vikingos y su familia, cuando él se subleva para convertirse en el rey de las tribus vikingas. Además de ser un guerrero valiente, Ragnar encarna las tradiciones nórdicas de la devoción a los dioses. Según la leyenda era descendiente directo de Odín, el dios de la guerra.
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(I will not mention spoilers) Season two follows the rising stock of central character Ragnar. We already know from season one about the conflict of aspirations between Ragnar and his brother Rollo. We get right into it as Rollo's alliance with Jarl Borg brings him into direct conflict with his brother. Ragnar also pursues his vision of exploiting new areas to the west in Britain, while convincing King Horik of the mutual benefits. Ragnar proves his intellect in pursuing multiple strategies of conquest, negotiation and alliance - rather than just bloodshed. Not everyone is on board though. However, as Ragnar spends extended time abroad, threats arise at home. Multiple fronts are opened and Ragnar's clan is challenged for their very existence. Many characters that we absolutely love (like Lagertha, Athelstan, and Floki) have jaw dropping developments. We also find that Ragnar's successes are beginning to draw concern and envy of those in power.
For those not familiar with this show yet, it is some of the best written and most dramatic offering on TV, full stop! Those who are not even into history or Vikings have been rabidly drawn into this show. It's just that compelling. It is violent, so if that is not for you, it's best to pass on it. However, History Channel has done an amazing job of weaving true events and both legendary and real characters into a masterpiece of historical fiction. This period of Viking history is pretty well represented in the show as well. The character development is some of the strongest you will see, even in cinema. In fact, the production values in general are equal to top notch cinema. The personalities they construct are absolutely fascinating. Lagertha is about as smart, and savage, and beautiful as any one human being can be. Almost every man who watches this show is in love with her! Floki is so eery and mysterious that he draws your attention every time he is on screen. Travis Fimmel as Ragnar Lothbrok creates such an extraordinary force of personality, I can't even imagine anyone else in that role now. Religious mysticism, political intrigue and deep relationships are just as much of the tale as all the combat.
I like a lot of media, but I have a very high standard for what I consider great. Not everyone will enjoy TV with this much combat. But I can tell you this program has some of the most intricate and well crafted drama to go along with it. It has greatness!
That said, let me state that those who are easily offended may have issues with the show. If you are easily offended by non Christian religions, drinking and debauchery, children exposed to it, (really when you think of it, how could they not be?), violence, sex with multiple partners, love affairs and violence, you might want to select something tamer. This show, in my opinion, accurately portrays who the Vikings were. If you are not offended, definitely pick up this historical gem.