Missed this episode of the Prisoner? Catch up with the highlights:Six tries to get his bearings when he wakes up in a strange town called The Village. Two, the leader of the village, attempts to assimilate him into village life.
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The Prisoner Cast & Crew talk about the cars of the Village. Director of Photography Florian Hoffmeister discusses the show’s visuals, which combine 60′s style with futuristic surveillance technology. Ruth Wilson (313) takes us into a cave.
Writer Bill Gallagher and actor Jeffrey Smith, who plays Two’s brother 16, explains how his character introduces doubts in Six’s mind and deepens his emotional involvement with the village.
The stars of The Prisoner discuss the third episode, “Anvil,” in which Six (Jim Caviezel) realizes that everybody in the village is spying on each other. Jamie Campbell-Bower discusses his character’s (11-12) secret relationship.
Prisoner writer Bill Gallagher talks about how love in the village functions as a form of control, and discusses the holes that begin appearing in the village in Episode 4.
Writer Bill Gallagher and the cast of The Prisoner discuss Six’s anger becoming a separate entity, Two abandoning his number, and 11-12′s struggle with his identity.
In the final episode of The Prisoner, the secret behind the village is revealed, and Two issues the ultimate challenge to Six.
Prisoner writer Bill Gallagher and stars Jim Caviezel and Ian McKellen talk about how the Prisoner’s thrilling first episode thrusts Six (Caviezel) into the village as an upsetting force.
AMC’s The Prisoner writer Bill Gallagher and stars Jim Caviezel and Ian McKellen talk about how they have developed on the original show by bringing the relationships to the forefront and updating it with modern themes.
Go behind the scenes in Africa with Sir Ian McKellen, Jim Caviezel, and the rest of the people behind the making of AMC’s original mini-series “The Prisoner.”