Claire and Jenny set out to rescue Jaime from his redcoat captors. When Murtagh joins up, they turn to unorthodox tactics to send word to Jaime, and when word finally arrives, the news isn't what anyone had hoped.
While on a trip through the Highlands to collect the rents owed to the laird, Claire meets Ned Gowan, a lawyer who is along to help Dougal keep track of their take. As she worries that Dougal is showing too little sympathy for the laird's poorer subjects, Claire questions displaying the scars Jamie received from the British army to intimidate the locals into paying an additional tax.
King Richard is called upon to settle a dispute between his cousin Henry Bolingbroke and Thomas Mowbray. Richard calls for a duel but then halts it just before swords clash. Both men are banished from the realm. Richard visits John of Gaunt, Bolingbroke's Father, who, in the throes of death, reprimands the King. After seizing Gaunt's money and lands, Richard leaves for wars against the rebels in Ireland. Bolingbroke returns to claim back his inheritance. Supported by his allies, Nothumberland and the Duke of York, Bolingbroke takes Richard prisoner and lays claim to the throne.
In the aftermath of the Battle of Shrewsbury, Northumberland learns of the death of his son. The Lord Chief Justice attempts on behalf of the increasingly frail King to separate Falstaff from Prince Hal. The rebels continue to plot insurrection. Falstaff is sent to recruit soldiers and takes his leave of his mistress, Doll Tearsheet. The rebel forces are overcome. This brings comfort to the dying King, who is finally reconciled to his son. Falstaff rushes to Hal's coronation with expectations of high office.
The true story about one of the most brilliant saboteurs during World War Two and his battle to overcome his inner demons. Winner of six Norwegian Amanda Awards in 2009, including Best Film. Directed by Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg, and stars Aksel Hennie, Agnes Kittelsen and Nicolai Cleve Broch.