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  • Author(s) Monica Silveira Cyrino
  • Edition1
  • Published11th October 2005
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405116848
Big Screen Rome is the first systematic survey of the
most important and popular films from the past half century that
reconstruct the image of Roman antiquity.





  • The first systematic survey of the most important and popular
    recent films about Roman antiquity.


  • Shows how cinema explores, reinvents and celebrates the
    spectacle of ancient Rome.


  • Films discussed in depth include Stanley Kubrick?s
    Spartacus, Ridley Scott?s Gladiator and Terry Jones?s
    Monty Python?s Life of Brian.


  • Contributes to discussions about the ongoing relevance of the
    classical world.


  • Shows how contemporary film-makers use recreations of ancient
    history as commentaries on contemporary society.


  • Structured in a way that makes it suitable for course use, and
    features issues for discussion and analysis, and reference to
    further bibliographic resources.


  • Written in an energetic and engaging style.

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  • Author(s) Monica Silveira Cyrino
  • Edition1
  • Published11th October 2005
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405116848
Big Screen Rome is the first systematic survey of the
most important and popular films from the past half century that
reconstruct the image of Roman antiquity.





  • The first systematic survey of the most important and popular
    recent films about Roman antiquity.


  • Shows how cinema explores, reinvents and celebrates the
    spectacle of ancient Rome.


  • Films discussed in depth include Stanley Kubrick?s
    Spartacus, Ridley Scott?s Gladiator and Terry Jones?s
    Monty Python?s Life of Brian.


  • Contributes to discussions about the ongoing relevance of the
    classical world.


  • Shows how contemporary film-makers use recreations of ancient
    history as commentaries on contemporary society.


  • Structured in a way that makes it suitable for course use, and
    features issues for discussion and analysis, and reference to
    further bibliographic resources.


  • Written in an energetic and engaging style.

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