Adhémar

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Adhémar:

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, d. 1098, French prelate, bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay. At the Council of Clermont (1095), he energetically promoted the First Crusade (see Crusades) and was designated as papal legate on that expedition.
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171) Hugh Ross, Jean Gregory, Paul Godin, Alexandre Henry, Pierre Boutheiller, Jean-Baptiste Durocher et Jean-Baptiste Adhemar, pour le demandeur, et Nicolas Marchesaux et Edouard William Gray pour le defendeur.
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He begins to make a name for himself but his path to glory is constantly thwarted by the magnificent Count Adhemar (Rufus Sewell) - who is also out to woo the same girl.
As for the plot, it doesn't take a genius to predict the outcome of the climactic showdown between William and Adhemar.
Complications come from the villainous Count Adhemar, played in a delightfully-oleaginous fashion by Rufus Sewell and the fact that Will falls for the high-born Lady Jocelyn, played by Shannyn Sossamon.
And then there's a black-hearted villain, a gloriously over-the-top performance from Rufus Sewell as the nasty Count Adhemar who also fancies the lady and does his best to disgrace the hero in her eyes.
In this medieval romp, incongruously played out to the backdrop of pounding rock music, Sewell plays Count Adhemar, a man so evil he would never consider wearing anything but black.
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