PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, War
As the Roman empire crumbles, young Romulus Augustus flees the city and embarks on a perilous voyage to Britain to track down a legion of supporters.
(At around thirty-seven minutes) The statue of Gaio Giulio Cesare was not the primary statue used in Tunisia. Rather, it was a special effects statue with a large gaping hole in its back and which was intended to be rigged to blow up. When production moved from Tunisia to Slovakia the primary statue was lost.
You were right, Batiatus. It is quicker on the way down.
As they are climbing over the mountain pass, Romulus is riding on the back of Batiatus wearing a pair of very modern climbing boots.
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