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Caesar

Author: Giuseppe PedersoliJonas Bauer, producer.Uli EdelPeter PruceCraig WarnerAll authors
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Distributed by GoodTimes Entertainment, [2004]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
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Traces Caesar's rise to prominence as a brilliant military tactician. Includes his complex relationships with his mentor General Pompey and his second wife Calpurnia. His ideological tiltings with Senator Cato, who advocates democracy over Caesar's dictatorial ambitions. Explains Caesar's violent epileptic seizures, his megalomania, his casually calculated cruelties, and his bigamous relationship with Egyptian queen  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Historical
Drama
Named Person: Julius Caesar; Pompey, the Great; Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt; Marcus Junius Brutus
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Giuseppe Pedersoli; Jonas Bauer, producer.; Uli Edel; Peter Pruce; Craig Warner; Jeremy Sisto; Richard Harris; Christopher Walken; Chris Noth; Valeria Golino; Heino Ferch; Tobias Moretti; Fabio Cianchetti; Mark Conte; Carlo Siliotto; GoodTimes Entertainment (Firm); Turner Network Television.; DeAngelis Group (Firm); Five Mile River Films, Ltd.
ISBN: 0766221644 9780766221642
OCLC Number: 56897153
Notes: Originally released as a television mini-series in 2002.
Special features include The making of Julius Caesar featurette, and scene selection.
Credits: Director of photography, Fabio Cianchetti ; edited by Mark Conte ; music by Carlo Siliotto ; production designer, Francesco Bronzi.
Cast: Jeremy Sisto, Richard Harris, Christopher Walken, Christopher Noth, Valeria Golino, Heino Ferch, Tobias Moretti.
Awards: American Cinema Editors, USA, 2004: Eddie - Best Edited Miniseries or Movie for Commercial Television (Mark Conte).
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 178 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, region 1; NTSC ; 2.0 Dolby digital stereo ; anamorphic widescreen presentation ; aspect ratio 16:9.
Contents: Special features: 16:9 anamorphic widescreen --
The Making Of Julius Caesar featuarette --
Language: English 2.0 Dolby stereo.
Other Titles: Julius Caesar :
Responsibility: TNT presents a DeAngelis Group and Five Mile River Films production ; a film by Uli Edel ; producers, Giuseppe Pedersoli, Jonas Bauer ; written by Peter Pruce and Craig Warner ; directed by Uli Edel.

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Traces Caesar's rise to prominence as a brilliant military tactician. Includes his complex relationships with his mentor General Pompey and his second wife Calpurnia. His ideological tiltings with Senator Cato, who advocates democracy over Caesar's dictatorial ambitions. Explains Caesar's violent epileptic seizures, his megalomania, his casually calculated cruelties, and his bigamous relationship with Egyptian queen Cleopatra. His nephew, Brutus, finally kills Caesar at March 15, 44. B.C. (the Ides of March) at the age of 55, starting an era of civil wars.

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