Here it is people, I am back again. I missed the last few days due to work and stuff, so I am sorry that I could not deposit into the discussion area. I understand that things may have changed since I left my last post, so I think it best if I update you and start with a fresh beginning. As I have been posting photos and videos in regards to the Bitter Passion film, I find that there are a number of things going on in my mind as well as in the Interweb. First, the film is fantastic! At this point I think I missed the debut of the film, and I have no one to blame for that except myself as I simply did not check on the site or on the forums to make sure that the film was up and running. Anyway, I find that the film is absolutely stunning and that the acting is superb. I feel that a lot of stress was relieved from me in watching the film, especially the way that we see Maximus' fight with the hordes of people leading up to his final duel with the Roman Senators.
The film is an epic that manages to capture both the vastness of historical events and extremely intimate moments of individual lives. It is part of an Italian series of films, produced by Sergio Leone and called \"Gunslinger\". It’s a sword and sandal type of movie that was influenced by Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of the \"Last Supper\" where Jesus’ final words, \"It is finished\", are heard. The final battle of Maximus, Spartacus and the Italian legions against the Roman army, is highly visualized through magnificent sets and extensive graphics. The costume looks accurate and Rebeiro’s action scenes are very impressive. The film has good performances from the regular cast, especially from Anthony Quinn, Olgierd Godzimirski, Robert Aldrich and Oliver Reed in the lead role of Maximus Roman. As the movie has very slow pace and simple story, the narrative might suffer from the lack of revelation. The film provides us with a highly visualized multidimensional epic instead of highly, exposing a story of a family with the end of the Empire of Rome. The story of Maximus and his fellows made a significant contribution to the genre of films in art of the sword and sandal. 7211a4ac4a