Homesex movie300: Rise of an Empire (2014) Movie Sex & Nudity

300: Rise of an Empire (2014) Movie Sex & Nudity

Implied child rape and child is beaten and bloody and tied up as a man takes his clothes off to rape her – implied.
A man and woman have violent sex: She sits on a map table and bares one thigh, rubs his bare chest with her hands, grabs him by the throat and then by the hair, then caresses his lips with a finger and he grabs her by the throat, sits her back farther on the table, and we can see that he is thrusting below the shot as she moans; he picks her up and slams her against a wall and they both grab each other’s hair as he thrusts and he rips off her bodice and we see her bare breasts as he bends her over the table and thrusts until they start arguing about war and she angrily pulls a sword and places it to his throat, but allows him to leave; the man, now nude, holds a cloth in front of his crotch and we see him in a side view with bare chest, abdomen, buttocks, thighs and legs. Throughout this scene her breasts are clearly visible.
A woman tongue-kisses the severed head of man on the lips
In a night scene we see shadows of men beating women with clubs, slashing them with swords and raping them: the camera cuts to a 10-year-old girl who is watching and crying and cuts again to a view of her chained to the bulkhead inside a wooden ship as a large man comes close to her and removes his tunic, suggesting rape as the scene ends.
In darkness and in closeup, two men carry away a woman wearing a long-skirt and her head is covered; her torso is bared and her breasts shake (we see her bare breasts and abdomen above the navel).
Two thin nude women sit in the lap of a Persian general and we see bare breasts, buttocks and thighs as they run away.
Thousands of male warriors wear only briefs and sandals or short skirts and leather chest straps that reveal chests, shoulders, arms and legs.
A man who becomes a golden god wears gold-jeweled briefs that bulge at the groin area and we see his bare chest, shoulders, arms, back and legs.
Two women wear floor length gowns that bare arms and torso sides through cutouts.
Women wear gowns that have slits up the front, occasionally revealing bare legs to the thigh.
A woman wears a gown that is off the shoulder and reveals significant cleavage.


Film review:Translated by XX www.rabudo-ru.com


In the 5th century BC, when the Chinese Empire was still in chaos during the spring and Autumn period, an unknown Iranian gully tribe established a huge empire on the Mesopotamian plain, reaching Egypt in the West and India in the East, and independently controlled three of the four ancient civilizations. Even the incomparably honored Peacock Dynasty was only the governor of India under the Persian Empire. At that time, the Persian Empire and Greece, the center of the anti Empire, did not like each other. The Greeks ridiculed the Persians for being sissy in pants. The Persians responded that the Greek soldiers wore skirts and were all dead fags. It was not until a hundred years later that Alexander the great himself ran to Persepolis, burned Xerxes’ palace and robbed Darius of his favorite.

The play took place in 480 BC as before. At that time, the Persian king was Xerxes, whose name means “ruling hero”. His father Darius was a radical jihadist dictator. He believed in Ahura Mazda, the good God representing light. He felt that he had a sacred mission to eliminate [burn] all hypocrites who believed in lies in the world. In view of his brilliant record of being invincible all his life, Darius naturally believed that the territory of the Persian Empire could be expanded indefinitely, and there would be no over expansion at all. In bc490, he sent MIDI general DATIS [note that Darius himself was not on the expedition, so he could only say that the screenwriter had a big brain hole] across the Aegean Sea and fought the Greek coalition forces on the marathon plain. As a result, he was ruthlessly crushed by the Greek elite heavy armor infantry in tactics and equipment, Six thousand and four hundred people lost their lives and returned home [many people drowned in the swamp near the camp because of the loss of the terrain]. In the play, a group of underpants men fight fish scale Persian soldiers, which is purely malicious meat selling. A set of equipment of Greek heavy armor infantry is about more than 30kg. With their own weight, they are basically a group of small humanoid tanks charging on the battlefield. In peacetime training, they are wearing bronze armor and holding shields to collide with each other until the shields are smashed. At that time, it was summer. The Persian regiment was light loaded. Where it could withstand the rolling of tanks, most of them fainted when they hit and hung up when they hit again. The Greek coalition won an overwhelming victory. During the battle, an unlucky infantry caught the stern of the enemy ship, but his hand was cut off. He was the brother of playwright Aeschylus. Later, Aeschylus wrote a Persian that mocked the invaders from the East and won the first place in the Dionysian drama competition.

After Xerxes ascended the throne, he inherited his father’s unified thought and decided to continue the western expedition. But for him, the western expedition was not only to expand the territory, but also an imperial parade and imperial strength show. The Persian Empire was a superpower at that time, and many newly conquered colonies had never seen their own king. The western expedition just gave Xerxes an opportunity to review the governors of various territories, observe the people’s conditions, and show his king style by the way. At that time, Persian nobles paid great attention to their appearance. They took makeup artists with them when they went out. They were afraid that they were not beautiful enough and wore high heels, shoelaces and fake beards. The price of fake beards is as high as luxury goods, and the government should tax fake beards. And he is said to be the most handsome and handsome man in Darius’s son. So the golden two meter high eyeliner in the play is like the Queen’s version.

To make a long story short, at the call of the beautiful man Xerxes, the messenger galloped to every corner of the Empire to convey the recruitment order to the governor. Infantry includes India, Ethiopia, Assyria, Thrace, race, MIDI and Persian, and the latter three are the main forces; The navy is a huge fleet of 1207 consisting of Egyptian, Phoenician, Silesian, Ionian and Calian navies. Among them, the navy of Sidon (Phoenician city-state, famous for maritime technological innovation) and Calia are the most powerful. Calia’s capital is called Harry kanasus, ruled by Queen Artemisia i… eh? Yes, it’s the heroine! But he was not a Greek slave saved by the Persian ambassador, but the real queen of Calia. Thirty years later, Ciro Dodd, a historian from Harry, also described her as saying: “this frightening woman is adventurous like a man”. Although she wears gold and silver jewelry and perfume, she wears the expensive purple robe produced by Phoenician, but her command and combat capability is only second times that of the tin fleet. In addition to her own navy, she also joined the war with the fleets of the other three city states she conquered. The enraged Greek prostitutes offered a reward of 10000 drachmas to catch her alive, because they could not tolerate that it was a woman who led the army to attack them!

Just as Xerxes led a total of more than one million sea and land armies to march into Greece through the two mile long floating bridge built on helespan and the canal dug at the foot of ATOS mountain [completely in the style of Middle East oil tyrants throwing money], the free federal democratic government was in full swing. Less than a year after the battle of marathon, Greek politicians plotted to destroy the then coalition commander mitaiyad for fear that his high reputation would affect their governance. They also invented a game called pottery exile to vote and exile whoever is unhappy. Another soul figure of the former coalition army, Themistocles, is more cunning and knows how to survive among politicians. He did not set foot in the muddy water of politics, but strongly advocated to transform Athens into a first-class maritime power and divert the attention of old politicians. It happened that laurium discovered silver, making this proposition economically possible. So Corinthian craftsmen rushed to make warships at a speed of two or one week, and built a total of 200 three-stage radial ships, which saved the whole Greece in the subsequent Salamis naval battle. The leader of this fleet is naturally Themistocles. He was called “the most cunning snake in Greece” by Persia, not the Athenian general with the largest chest muscle.

Hearing that Xerxes had a million troops approaching, the Athenians went to Delphi for an oracle. The priestess Pythia happened to be a little high and said at the beginning: Athenian! Why don’t you run! Frightened the Athenian messengers, the priest felt that the scare was too much, so he added a better verse to appease the Athenians.

Everything in Athens will fall

Only the wooden fence remains, only the wooden fence can survive

This is Zeus’s guarantee to Athena and his assistance to you and your children

Holy Salamis – you will be the tomb of many mothers’ sons

This moment is either at the time of sowing or at the time of harvest

When Themistocles heard the music, the wooden fence? The boat is also made of wood! The Oracle is talking about ships! Then he preached that Greece could only be defended by its own fleet. His persuasion skills must be full, but he succeeded. So a total of 270 allied ships led by Themistocles sailed into artemisius, and Spartan King Leonidas also took 5000 allied troops to the hot spring pass to see them dead. Although Leonidas was later deified infinitely, he was able to ascend the throne because he killed his brother, married his only daughter and niece [queen sexi focused on incest for 2000 years], and inherited all his property. So he can die calmly at the hot spring pass, which means a little atonement. Moreover, not only three hundred Spartan soldiers, but also their slaves, some debisks [ran away a lot on the way] and tespeans [fought until the last minute], with a total of about [1500]. Although the real situation is tragic, it is a pity that later people spread more than Spartan warriors, and forget that free city states also have slaves.

While Leonidas fought fiercely at the hot spring pass, Themistocles and the Navy also won a certain victory, The first two days ago, the Persian fleet suffered a storm and lost 400 ships [a full third. Before the Persian army entered Greece, it did not advance immediately, but first celebrated a festival to show off its wealth, and held a large-scale rowing and horse racing club. Sheng Sheng waited until the monsoon season to fight. If he did not die, he would not die!], Then a defected Greek in the Persian fleet [that is, the Greek spy in the play] revealed the battle plan of the fleet, which made Themistocles leave the port in time and successfully intercept. Relying on the bronze horn, he smashed many enemy ships and captured 30 ships. But on the third day, the annoyed Persian Navy launched a full-scale attack, and the Greeks lost more than half of their ships and retreated to Salamis.

The defeated Greeks had only 180 ships left in their hands, but they had to face the Persian fleet three times more than their own. There was a strong sense of pessimism in the democratic camp. Persian spies also lost no time in starting to act, promising that once surrendered, gold would be greatly. Originally, the leaders of Peloponnesus were ready to collect money and run away as a colony, but Themistocles played a cruel trick. He sent his confidants to meet Xerxes and said that he had heard a lot about the king’s reputation. He planned to surrender on behalf of Athens, but the Peloponnesian were planning to escape. If the king didn’t kill these cubs, he couldn’t win all Greece. I wholeheartedly hope that Persia will win, and I must not let them go. Xerxes was also persuaded by Themistocles’ S-level incitement skills and sent people to block the Strait. Themistocles immediately turned back and spoke generously to his Greek compatriots. Comrades, look, the Persian dog has blocked us on the bank. We can’t run if we want to run. It’s better to take up arms and fight back! So the fags got excited and immediately fought.

In fact, after the withdrawal of Greek troops, Xerxes convened Navy generals to discuss whether to pursue the Greek Navy. As a result, everyone unanimously passed the second war, and only the great queen Artemisia raised an objection. She believed that winter was coming, the Persian army went deep into the enemy’s hinterland, and the supply was insufficient, while the Greek army had geographical advantages, which was easy to defend and difficult to attack. Now that Athens has been occupied, it would be better to starve the Greek army and force them to run home. Moreover, there are also unreliable partners such as Egyptians in their team. If they have nothing to do, they will rebel and add uncertainty. If they start a war again, they are likely to lose. Xerxes praised her shrewd analysis, but obeyed the opinions of most generals.

As the Oracle said, Salamis war is inevitable. The Persian Navy rushed into the autumn fog and found that the Greek warships that thought they had fled were in full readiness. The fleet entering the Strait in front has no room to turn back, and the warships behind are still pushing forward, for fear that their achievements in cutting down the Greeks will be robbed by the ones in front. Due to the excessive number of ships, the flexibility of the Persian fleet was greatly frustrated, leaving only the part cut by the Greek army. In the scuffle, the Athenians killed the Royal brother of Xerxes and the commander-in-chief of the Phoenician fleet. The so-called strongest Phoenician fleet was immediately headless and disorderly, and was forced to one side by the wedge formation of the Greeks. Artemisia, the second strongest queen of the Imperial Navy, was completely at the helm. As soon as she saw that the Persian fleet was gone, she immediately set sail and fled. On the way, she bumped and sank a friendly city-state ship that had a dispute with her. The Greeks did not pursue her when they saw that she knocked over the Persian ship, while Xerxes stood on the mountain of egarios to watch the war, did not see which side she hit, and was full of praise for her bravery. In fact, the Queen’s ship has two sets of flags, one Persian for the Greeks and one Greek for the Persians. At this time, she put on the Greek flag and left, leaving the mess of the Imperial Navy to be slaughtered.

When the sun set in the afternoon, the defense of Salamis finally ended. The battle thwarted the Imperial Navy and made Xerxes almost give up the idea of advancing westward. Thinking of Artemisia’s pre war warning, he asked the queen again. The queen said: King, you burned Athens. What’s the cost here? Let your general go to war with the Greeks, and you can go back to Persia and enjoy everyone’s long live. Xerxes was deeply justified, so he gave… His illegitimate son to the queen.

However, the general maldonius and 300000 soldiers left by Xerxes were also killed by the Greeks. Since then, the Persian Empire completely gave up the idea of the western expedition. The countless tribal soldiers, wealth, all kinds of luxury and ostentation used by Darius and Xerxes were put to the dust. Xerxes’ chariot pulled by eight pure white holy horses was finally driven away by a group of Thracian robbers and abandoned in the wilderness.

Themistocles triumphed as a hero. After ten years in power, he was still exiled by the resentful Athenians. He chose Persia as his final destination, where he received the courtesy of the son of Xerxes and was sent to Miletus, the commercial hub on the East Bank of the Aegean Sea, to fight his compatriots until he swallowed his last breath.

It is said that the queen of Artemisia fell madly in love with a man, but she didn’t get anything in return. She even jumped into the Aegean Sea to commit suicide.

History has always been such dog blood. It’s much worse than such a bad film.

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