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In 1603, as England is engaged in war against Spain, tensions are high in domestic society due to brutal persecution of Catholics. Robert Catesby, a young Catholic nobleman who has recently lost both his wife and his father and, angry at his perception of punishment from society, conjures a literally explosive plot to kill King James I when he sits in the houses of Parliament. Catesby joins with a group of equally aggrieved men, including the infamous Guy Fawkes, to enact vengeance in a series of events that are still commemorated in present-day Britain. The three-part miniseries was originally presented on BBC in the U.K.

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Catesby and his men load the tunnels below Parliament with barrels of gunpowder; Father Garnet is visited by the Constable of Castile who pressures him to reveal Catesby's plot; Anne implores Catesby to flee the country.
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Catesby and Wintour travel to Europe to seek the assistance of the King of Spain; Lord Cecil puts pressure on Catesby's cousin, Anne Vaux, to determine his whereabouts; in Flanders, Catesby and Wintour are introduced to Guy Fawkes.
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Nobleman Robert Catesby attends a secret mass interrupted by the king's men, who perpetrate acts of barbarity against a young Jesuit priest and the lady of the house; Catesby vows to avenge his kin and defend his faith by any means necessary.

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