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Over the course of the eight episodes, the show delves into the very Cretan and tragedic theme of vendetta. We see Haldane build up a new boat-building business, get to find out where the letters went, who has a grudge against him, and eventually see the eventual tragic conclusion, with Haldane returning to his Cretan resistance skills to hunt down the man who brought him low.
Myth and tragedy Bird, an avid historian and Greek mythographer deploys many references to both myth and tragedy in the show. As well as frequently unnaturalistic dialogue more in keeping with tragedy than a TV drama, the title is a reference to the later myth and practice of placing an obol a coin in the mouths of the dead to ensure their safe conveyance over the river Styx and into the underworld by Charon, the ferryman. Theseus, discovering his mistake, is a destroyed man, just as Katarina is destroyed when she discovers she has accidentally instigated the destruction of her entire family.
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But Haldane, the mortal man who made the simple mistake of trusting the postal service to safely deliver his letters, is crushed by fate and left without either his daughter or grandson — only the love of the equally bereaved Annika. Bird eventually went on to claim belief in and even increasing intercession by and presence of the gods themselves in the writing and filming of first the The Lotus Eaters and eventually The Aphrodite Inheritance. Arvanti recalls that despite having never met her before casting her:. In fact there was something supernatural in our first meeting.
As a result of both shows, tourism soared in Agios Nikalaos and Elounda, making them some of the most popular destinations on Crete. Even to this day, if you go to the taverna featured in Who Pays The Ferryman? Having a largely Greek cast at times speaking Greek certainly helps although its noticeable when certain British actors are on the scene how quickly characters start speaking English with no reason.
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The series was also the second to feature Stefan Gryff. The show was popular enough that Bird was given virtually carte blanche to do what he liked with his next project, The Aphrodite Inheritance , to the extent of not even having an idea what it was about before flying off to meet with its Cypriot co-producers. The gods interceded, gave Bird the scene breakdown for the entire show before the plane landed, and the show got the okay.
Thanks to our lovely Dutch neighbours, though, it is available on DVD , though.
Who Pays The Ferryman? by Michael J. Bird
Star Trek The Wire. Previous I am Cabin Pressure. The title of the series refers to the ancient religious belief and mythology of Charon the ferryman to Hades.
In ancient times it was the custom to place coins in or on the mouth of the deceased before cremation so that the deceased could pay the ferryman to go to Hades. Alan Haldane returns to Corfu 30 years after he fought as a student against the dictatorship in , only to discover that he fathered a daughter, but his arrival re ignites old enemies with a secret so compelling it threatens his life The ending theme tune, by Yannis Markopoulos, entered the UK charts and got to number Overview Premise Plot Filming.
In ancient times, it was the custom to place coins in or on the mouth of the deceased before cremation so that the deceased could pay the ferryman to go to Hades. The eight episodes were written by Michael J.
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He used his knowledge of Crete, where the series is based, incorporating local history and folklore. Created by: Michael J.
Genre: Drama. Theme music composer: Yannis Markopoulos. Number of Seasons: 1.