The protagonist takes a bath in one scene. His genitals are obscured by his legs and arm.
Some of the costumes the women wear are quite revealing.


Some minor cleavage
Some inneundo, such as “she hasn’t the organs for it”, “she’s too narrow in the hips”, “an arm or two to fit around your waist”, and a few other minor suggestive comments of such a sort.
A woman dances (not too suggestively) in fairly scanty clothing.


Couple of kisses.
The emporess acts like a harlot-especially in one scene where only a kiss is initiated.
A woman kisses a statue.


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


The film once again tells me that history is written by winners.

The film is based on the long historical novel “where are you going” published by Polish writer hinkovitz in 1896. Poland is a country deeply influenced by Catholicism. Writers growing up in such an environment will naturally portray Christianity as a positive image in the content of the novel, and singing without work, burning Rome and persecuting Christians have become the label of the villain Roman Emperor Nero.

Of course, the novel where are you going was written by the writer under the background of his family and country at that time, which has the meaning of metaphor. Aside from this layer, looking at the content of the ancient Roman period in novels and films alone, I can’t help feeling that history is the history of the victor.

In the film, Nero persecutes Christians because he wants to pass on the hostility of the people to his burning of Rome. Nero persecuted Christians with cruel means. He was indeed a true tyrant. But did Nero set fire to Rome? In the film, Nero commands officers to secretly set fire. In order to build their ideal Roman city on the ruins, even the sand table model has been made.

In fact, there is no conclusive evidence that he ordered the fire to Rome. However, due to the large area required for the new luxury palace he wanted to build, the city of Rome did not have enough space for construction, and more importantly, the burned area coincided with the area of the palace he wanted to build. After the fire, as Nero, who likes singing and playing the piano on weekdays, actively participated in post disaster reconstruction and rescue, which makes people confused. In particular, after his downfall, a firefighter in Rome (there were firefighters in ancient Rome in the 1st century AD, isn’t it particularly powerful) came out to testify that Nero set fire. Although it may be an act of falling into a well, it exacerbated people’s doubts.

In Europe in the 19th century, the power of Christianity was still very strong. At that time, no one cared about and excavated the historical facts of ancient Rome. After all, after the demise of ancient Rome, it was replaced by the dark middle ages of more than 1000 years, which was the victorious middle ages of Christianity. In the era when Christianity was the absolute protagonist, in addition to the late Pro Christian Constantine and others, other ancient Roman emperors became detestable, not to mention the first authority in ancient Roman history to persecute Christians, which would naturally be described more cruelly.

However, just watching movies and immersing yourself in the setting of the plot is also a good thing. These words I write are neither shadow nor shadow

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