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|Region Code:||DVD: 4 (AU, NZ, Latin America...)||Rating:||R18+|
|DVD Edition Year:||2012||Release Year:||2012|
|Four hundred years after the founding of the Republic, Rome is the wealthiest city in the world, a cosmopolitan metropolis of one million people; epicenter of a sprawling empire. The Republic was founded on principles of shared power and fierce personal competition, never allowing one man to seize absolute control. But now, those foundations are crumbling, eaten away by corruption and excess. After eight years of war, two soldiers, Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo unwittingly become entwined in the historical events of ancient Rome. A serialized drama of love and betrayal, masters and slaves, husbands and wives, Rome chronicles a turbulent era that saw the death of the republic and the birth of an empire.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||118502646|
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|Main Audio Type||Dolby Digital|
|Product Release Date||07/03/2007|
|Theatrical Release Year||2005|
|Actors||Lindsay Duncan, James Purefoy, Polly Walker, Ciaran Hinds|
|Rating Info||High Level Violence, High Level Sex Scenes|
|Is Box Set||Yes|
|Is TV Series||Yes|
|Number of Discs||6|
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Brings the Past Alive
Using historical documents the series gives a wonderful view of Roman life and customs. The rampant corruption of the Senate and other characters is excellently portrayed. Makes movies like Cleopatra look like a high school dress up--pure fantasy. Best attempt at character representation are for Caesar and Brutus. The political ruthlessness of the senior women portrayed is a sheer joy to experience. Good sound and vision and not too gory.
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