One, The Last Supper, because it is a foreign film on a tighter budget, is more about an incident than a personal story. The reason for this is that, for a story to be the most powerful it can be, it must be understood with the brain as well as the heart.
Even though that success was not attained, it is still a very powerful historical epic. This film Instead of being a historical recreation of the Roman culture and gladiatorial games tends to embody the idea of certain characters and events. This film is based on a true story, and although the event in reality was most likely far different from what happens in the movie, it is enough to know that the events are at least similar.
Historical accuracy does not mean trying to encompass everything that happened in a particular time period.
Alexander died in Babylon on June 10th, BC from an unknown cause of death. Yes, it does attempt to give some social commentary on the horrible treatment of the peasants on the Titanic.The reason for this is that, for a story to be the most powerful it can be, it must be understood with the brain as well as the heart. This movie is the perfect example of a historically significant personal story that has the key element of hope to make it a truly fantastic film. Once again, historically, the facts are not entirely accurate. Despite this, I believe this fact is an important element of the story that reveals something about the two characters and their relationship. Obsession with detail and factual accuracy can come across as nit-picking, an obsession with inconsequential errors, a prioritizing of expert knowledge over the artistic endeavour. They reflect 21st century ideals onto these historical events to create a film that will appeal to the masses. If a film is based mainly on emotion, then any ideological feelings about the practices of humanity in the past may be lost with the sickening of the heart. I got my men killed for nothing? The reason Gladiator can not be considered historically accurate is because of the glaring errors in the characters and the emotions and actions of the characters. In truth Commodus did not kill his.