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  • Actors: David Oakes, Antonia Bernath, Christian Cooke, Reggie Yates
  • Directors: Colin Teague
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Fremantle
  • DVD Release Date: 9 Nov. 2009
  • Run Time: 450 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002L7O7YA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,810 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All six episodes of the ITV mystery drama series starring Charles Dance and Christian Cooke. For over 900 years, Trinity College has been an elite playground for the rich and powerful, such as the spoiled, scheming Dorian (Cooke), his beautiful but icy cousin, Rosalind (Isabella Calthorpe), and the sinister Professor Maltravers (Dance). In a recent attempt to modernise, the college has opened its doors to students from the 'lower classes' - cue new entrants Theo Mackenzie (Reggie Yates), Maddy (Elen Rhys), Angus (Mark Wood) and Raj (Arnab Chanda). Then there is Charlotte (Antonia Bernath), a chaste and religious new arrival who is convinced that Trinity is responsible for the murder of her father. What dark secrets are held within these hallowed halls of learning? And just why are Maltravers and Dorian so anxious to protect the secrets of the mysterious Dandelion Club?

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Marg B on 4 Jan. 2010
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Watched Trinity over the Christmas break. I was glued to the screen for the whole series. The acting was superb, location excellent. Charles Dance was incredible as the sinister Dean hiding a great secret. My only disappointment was that I don't think ITV made a second series so there are unanswered questions.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Montigiani Mario VINE VOICE on 20 Jan. 2010
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I enjoyed it! I agree with one of the reviewers,"it's a guilty pleasure".
Sex, humour, mystery, excellent acting, fabulous setting. What more can you want?
Charles Dance is is a very good actor, as ever, but also the younger actors are good and also very sexy.
I am looking forward to be able to get season two. At last a series which is quite transgressive, it was high time. Something for the different sexual orientations. Bravo!
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Nicola on 27 Oct. 2009
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Personally I have found Trinity to be fantastic!! Trinity is sex, drugs and rich kids set in a uni which is rotten to the core and has a great cast. Can't wait to buy the dvd and I really hope there is a season two!!! PLEASE. Charles Dance is fab as the head of the uni, and the lovely Christian Cooke is superb as the totally over the top Dorian. With it's witty one liners and dark twists Trinity makes essential viewing, definately worth buying. ROLL ON SEASON TWO!!!! X
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kobra Z on 19 Nov. 2014
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It's a shame this didn't continue beyond a 1st series, as 2 ep's in & I'm already intrigued- why is it stuff like this & "The Fades" don't get a 2nd chance, but crap like "Bedlam" gets a 2nd series ???? - go figure

Christian Cooke is very easy on the eye & spends most of the 1st episode butt naked (& you get to see hs butt a fair bit ! which can't be bad - lol !)

The supporting young cast are all better than most stuff of this ilk - also I noticed in the trailer a young Iain De Caestecker of the aforementioned "The Fades" & now "Agents of SHIELD" .

Charles Dance plays a sinister scientist, & at times in some shots reminded me of the late, great Peter Cushing.
Ably directed by Colin Teague, who's cut his directing teeth on similar stuff - "Dr Who" & "Being Human" (now that's a show that DESERVED it's run, but as for the american re-make - DON'T BOTHER ! .

If you want an undemanding/intriguing fun show with sometghing for both sexes eye candy wise, then this show is for you !
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Willis on 31 Jan. 2010
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The basic plot is adumbrated in other reviews, so I will not repeat it here; all that need be said is that this series is well-acted (standout performances- among a good/very good cast- were Charles Dance (naturally), Paul Hunter as Dr. Linus Cooper, and Isabella Calthorpe as Rosalind, who develops from faintly unsympathetic consummate winner to a much more relatable character as the series unfolds) with a storyline full of plot twists which keep the viewer wondering what exactly is going on underneath the facade of this ancient university. I recall reading some TV critics' reviews which (unfairly, in my opinion) maligned the show; when I consider the absolute garbage that fills the schedules (246 different celebrity 'Dancing' shows? Sounds wonderful!), this series effortlessly stands out as something compelling and well worth watching.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 April 2010
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Fun. A spoof on those offerings about "hallowed" educational institutions where corruption is rife. For 600 years Trinity College has pampered the offspring of the rich. Now, most reluctantly, it has to widen its intake. Newcomers are less likely to respect time honoured traditions. Those in charge need to be on their guard - skeletons lurk in cupboards, and as for the cellar....

Charles Dance adds much needed substance as the Dean - aloof, sardonic and manipulative. Soon he is in conflict with the new warden (Claire Skinner of "Outnumbered"). She intends to press for radical changes, beginning with the abolition of The Dandelion Club, for centuries playground of ultra rich students a law unto themselves. Current President is Dorian (Christian Cooke - always with posh voice, sometimes without clothes). Initially ruthless (his cousin will do his coursework or he will shoot her horse), he seems to soften - or has he other reasons for wooing newcomer Charlotte Arc (whose father came to grief in the opening sequence)?

The eight episodes cover an academic year (not that we see any actual teaching). Focus is on social events (often involving humiliation), everchanging relationships, secret medical experiments masterminded from America. Bizarre deaths abound (the rowing club's Viking-style cremation of a mate a highlight). Oddly involved throughout are Angus and Raj, Trinity's answer to Dumb and Dumber. (How did they pass the entrance exam, or even fathom out which way up the paper should be?) More plausible is new entrant Theo, who came here to learn. He certainly learns much - most of it unexpected.

Great art this is not, nor does it try to be. Simply relax and enjoy - not only the series but over an hour of interesting extras. A Season 2? Why not? At times it is pleasant being pampered.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kristine on 28 Oct. 2012
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What a show! Not what I was expecting at all and what a pity there was never a second series! I bought this on spec as we never got this program over in Australia and I'm so glad I did. Charles Dance was delightfully sinister and those two geeks who copped in on an episodic basis was at times cringe making and hilarious. I watched the first three episodes in one hit and never knew what was going to happen next. Not your average University full of crusty old Dons and students. So sit down and enjoy the ride.
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