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Spartacus: Blood and Sand (TV Series) Enemies of Rome (2013) Movie Sex & Nudity

Two men are bathing naked. Their asses are seen. They are being washed by two naked slave women. Their breasts and asses are seen.
Three women enter a tent. One of them has one of her breasts showing. A man proceeds to undress them all and has sex with one of them in several positions while the other two women have sex with each other. Breast and ass nudity seen with the women.
A man’s ass is seen briefly as he gets up and walks over to a table.
There is a flashback to a man having sex with a woman, but it is very quick, and no real nudity is seen


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


Spartacus: blood and sand, a new play of Starz channel, has shocked four audiences once it was launched: the perfect reproduction of the ancient Roman circular open-air arena, the tragic scene of gladiators waving long swords and short daggers – flying flesh and blood, the unrestricted love life in ancient Rome, which greatly satisfies the audience’s zero distance imagination of that history. There are numerous films about the reappearance of the history of ancient Rome and gladiators, many of which are high-quality. However, there are time limits for film production. In addition, when it is launched to the public, the degree of acceptance must be considered, so the audience often feel that there is still more to be desired; Blood and sand has no above limitations. The director and screenwriter give full play to their interpretation of that history.

When the heavy history reappears, the shock of the eyeball is the first feeling. However, it is difficult for the audience to achieve further spiritual shock without the eyeball. For drama critics, it seems that they can’t escape the two-dimensional structure of eroticism and violence. However, here I prefer to screen some relevant cultural history in order to jump out of the relatively perceptual cognition.

The play’s depiction of eroticism is completely naked, and the scale is not comparable to ordinary movies and dramas. Batitas, the owner of ludus arena, and his wife Ludia have a disordered love life, but they are still different. Batitas can have an affair with any woman who can get it, even as a wife, while Ludia is relatively limited. The laws of ancient Rome did not recognize that the husband’s cheating behavior hindered the marital relationship, the husband’s rights were not subject to any constraints, while the wife’s freedom was strictly restricted. If the wife is exposed for adultery, she will be severely punished, may be expelled from the house, or even executed by the husband’s family. Therefore, when elicia had sex with the gladiator and was laughed at by another lady, she was so angry and afraid that she didn’t hesitate to kill her on the spot. Batitas was hooded by his wife and kept himself in the dark.

Ancient Rome has a unique urban weathering – spring buildings are everywhere. For men, visiting the kiln is a recognized ancient custom. According to Horace, even the serious moralist gatu is very enlightened in this regard. Chapter 2 of Volume 1 of Satirical Poetry reads as follows:

Once, when a noble youth came out of a brothel,

The philosopher gatu said, “you are a man!

When young people’s flesh desire is unbearable,

Instead of seducing a married woman

Why don’t you come to such a place. ”

It can be said that everything related to sex is human. In addition, upper class ladies often form a secret circle to share male sex information. They are more sincere and frank. Respected poets often inspire a lot of creative inspiration. Interestingly, in such a free (or degenerate) era, the ancient Romans still insisted on monogamy, and with the introduction of free marriage, the wife’s economic and political status was gradually improved. Ludia was not easily controlled by batitas. The coexistence of extramarital relationship and monogamy is actually due to the problem of legal inheritance, because illegitimate children are not born of legal marriage, they can not inherit the various rights of their father. Ancient Rome dramatically unified the two. Although the director of sand of blood advertised that the play was only an entertainment film, it was obvious that he fully respected the historical tradition.

The Gladiator itself is clearly the core of the sand of blood. Gladiator confrontation is a duel between two or more people. Some people use it as a way to make a living, and are more forced to come as prisoners of war, slaves and death prisoners. The inscriptions found in the ancient city of Pompeii prove that almost all major cities have built open-air circular arenas, and rich citizens (free people, dignitaries, etc.) often hold private competitions.

No matter what your status, you have to swear to endure when you enter a training camp similar to a prison: flogging, fire and knife. The barracks in Capua were built in 63 BC, and the largest one is connected to the Flavi amphitheater in Rome. Life in the training camp is a life full of death – hard, crude and cruel. Discipline is maintained by whips, irons and shackles, and there is little possibility of escape. Seneca vividly describes the diagonal fighter in his collection of letters on morality to luzilius (No. 7):

I expected to see something fun, interesting and relaxed in the arena, but it backfired—— Pure murder, the gladiators are defenseless, and their flesh and blood are waiting to be beaten. What’s the use of protection and training? It’s just delaying death. In the morning, he was bitten by a lion and a bear, and at noon, he was killed by bystanders. The murderer was sent out to die. The winner was left to kill next time. All gladiators have only one ending.

Seneca also stressed in a sharp tone that the audience preferred this ruthless killing. The blood of the gladiators splashed everywhere until the moment of the fatal blow, and the audience reached the G-point.

Many philosophers were born in Rome, but in terms of national character, they had an obvious impulse of sadism. Once this impulse is awakened, people will yearn for stronger stimulation and greater satisfaction. Rome’s prosperity was based on the eastern expedition and the western expedition. The unlimited expectation of “will to power” was brought into full play in all kinds of cruel acts. Batitas has two gods of War: Crixus and Spartacus. It is reasonable to say that he has lived a luxurious life and should be satisfied. However, with the courage of gladiators, he has always wanted to do something in politics. He moved around and made friends with senators and Roman generals just for his desire for power. Imagine how angry he was when he was accused by the Senate administrator that he did not understand politics and did not deserve promotion. So he simply dismissed the administrator and successfully blamed his competitors.

If the audience simply dislikes the violent writing of blood sand, it will be too emotional. Because the uncontrolled hatred and violence in a specific era must gradually produce rational gospel, which is the normal compensation for the development of human history, and the development and establishment of human love through compensation. As a whole, Roman sadism is the only way to the lofty realm.

The description of Spartacus’ mental journey in the sand of blood is quite in place. When he first entered the barracks, all he can think of is the tenderness of his wife. Rescuing his wife has become his courage to live. But when his wife died, his good friend varo was ordered to be executed by the son of a 15-year-old administrator in his performance match, and he understood that the Gladiator would never return, the so-called honor was only temporary. Since it was difficult to escape death, why not resist completely, perhaps there was still a glimmer of life. As the first awakened Gladiator, he will lead others to an epic Jedi counterattack.

Finally, add a point: Spartacus: The Legend of blood and sand can be seen, but it is not suitable for minors.

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