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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Peter Pruce (written by) and
Craig Warner (written by)
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Release Date:
29 June 2003 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Feared by enemies. Betrayed by friends.
Plot:
Twenty year-old Julius Caeser flees Rome for his life during the reign of Sulla but through skill and ambition rises four decades later to become Rome's supreme dictator. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 wins & 2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
historically a joke See more (55 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Directed by
Uli Edel 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Peter Pruce (written by) and
Craig Warner (written by)

Produced by
Jonas Bauer .... producer
Guido De Angelis .... executive producer
Russell Kagan .... co-executive producer
Lorenzo Minoli .... executive producer
Giuseppe Pedersoli .... executive producer (2002)
John G. Phelan .... co-executive producer
Gianfranco Pierantoni .... line producer
Paolo Piria .... line producer
Paolo Piria .... producer
Plamen Voynovsky .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Ruy Folguera 
Carlo Siliotto 
 
Cinematography by
Fabio Cianchetti 
 
Film Editing by
Mark Conte 
 
Casting by
Paul Attard 
Barbara Giordani 
Jeremy Zimmermann 
 
Production Design by
Francesco Bronzi 
Antonello Rubino 
 
Art Direction by
Alessandro Alberti 
Ino Bonello 
 
Costume Design by
Simonetta Leoncini 
 
Makeup Department
Desideria Corridoni .... hair stylist
Marcelle Genovese .... hair stylist
Elena Gregorini .... hair stylist
Federico Laurenti .... makeup artist
Mario Michisanti .... facial hair designer
Alessio Pompei .... hair stylist: Uli Edel
Luigi Rocchetti .... makeup artist: Mr. Harris
Manlio Rocchetti .... key makeup artist
Valentin Valov .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Quentin de Fouchécour .... post-production supervisor: Rome
Bruce Dunn .... post-production supervisor
Emanuela Minoli .... unit manager
Andrea Passalacqua .... production manager
Gianfranco Pierantoni .... production manager
Luigi Riitano .... production manager
Simon Sansone .... assistant unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Victor Bojinov .... first assistant director: second unit
Gilles Cannatella .... second assistant director
Denitza Daverova .... crowd co-ordinator
Hristo Dimitrov .... second assistant director: second unit
Christo Jivkov .... second unit: second assistant director
Jay Mark Johnson .... second unit director
Alexander Kossev .... third assistant director: second unit
Biljana Mirkovic .... assistant director
Richard Peter Schroer .... first assistant director
Bojana Sutic .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Chris Bonello .... assistant art director (2002)
Asen Bozilov .... painter
Clive Busuttil .... plasterer
Kenneth Cassar .... construction coordinator
Ian Duncan .... painter
Georgi Kodzhabashiyski .... painter
Peter Krumov .... carpenter
Andrew Laybats .... hod painter (2002)
Tamara Marini .... set designer
Mauro Masotti .... drapery
Yossif Mladenov .... draftsman: class drawings
Yossif Mladenov .... set designer
Iren Muratova .... construction manager
Nikolay Popov .... on-set dresser (as Nicholas Belvedere)
Ivan Ranghelov .... assistant production designer
Paola Sforzini .... painter
Renata Stec .... drapery
Igor Toshevski .... storyboard artist
Sergio Tribastone .... assistant art director
Todor Tunov .... carpenter
Aleksandar Sasha Matic .... set designer (uncredited)
Prentiss Zammit .... greensman (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Suzanne Angel .... sound editor
Beau Biggart .... adr mixer
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Rick Crampton .... sound editor
Mike Dickeson .... sound editor
Kevin Fisher .... sound editor
Mark Friedgen .... supervising sound editor
Lionel Garbarini .... boom operator
Tommy Goodwin .... foley mixer
Anton Holden .... sound editor
Kristi Johns .... adr editor
Charlie Kolander .... sound editor
Martin Lonek .... cable person: Malta
Gary Macheel .... sound editor
Kathryn Madsen .... adr editor
Adriane Marfiak .... sound editor
Ivaylo Natzev .... location sound mixer: second unit
Dean Okrand .... re-recording mixer
Jill Schachne .... foley artist (as Jill Sanders)
Richard S. Steele .... sound editor (as Rick Steele)
Reinhard Stergar .... sound recordist
Marco Streccioni .... sound engineer
Tim Terusa .... sound editor
Lou Thomas .... sound editor
Randal S. Thomas .... sound editor (as Randy Thomas)
Rusty Tinsley .... sound editor
Nestor Yordanov .... cable person: Bulgaria
 
Special Effects by
Renato Agostini .... special effects supervisor
Kenneth Cassar .... special effects crew
Mario Cassar .... special effects foreman
Maurizio Corridori .... special effects technician
Georgi Georgiev .... special effects assistant
Roderick Pulis .... special effects technician (2002)
Franco Ragusa .... special effects coordinator
Silvano Scasseddu .... special effects
Rumen Stoychev .... special effects technician (2002)
 
Visual Effects by
Adam Avitabile .... digital compositor
Eric M. Beaver .... digital compositor
Chad Buehler .... digital compositor: Look! Effects, Inc.
David Bush .... digital post-production supervisor
Mark S. Driscoll .... visual effects producer: LOOK! Effects Inc.
Henrik Fett .... visual effects supervisor: LOOK, Effects, Inc.
Phil Green .... digital intermediate
Mark Intravartolo .... digital compositor: The Post Group
Anthony 'Max' Ivins .... visual effects supervisor: LOOK! Effects
Christopher Ivins .... digital compositor
Jay Mark Johnson .... digital matte painter
Jay Mark Johnson .... visual effects supervisor
Danny S. Kim .... compositor
Dimitar Ventseslavov Kostov .... visual effects
Ergin Kuke .... visual effects artist
Matthew Pullicino .... visual effects technical assistant
Steve Shaw .... digital intermediate supervisor
Giuseppe Silvi .... digital intermediate
Ippolito Simion .... digital intermediate
Tefft Smith .... digital artist
Allison Troxell .... visual effects producer
 
Stunts
Federico Benvenuti .... stunts
Ivailo Dimitrov .... stunts
Dian Hristov .... stunts
Radoslav Ignatov .... stunts
Gustáv Kyselica .... assistant stunt coordinator
Todor Lazarov .... utility stunts
Stilyan Mavrov .... utility stunts
Lubomir Misak .... stunt coordinator: Bulgaria
Lubomir Misak .... utility stunts
Krasimir Simeonov .... stunts
Stanimir Stamatov .... stunts
Georgi Stanislavov .... stunts
Teodor Tsolov .... stunt rider
Raicho Vasilev .... stunts
Kaloian Vodenicharov .... utility stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Luigi Andrei .... Steadicam operator
Luigi Andrei .... camera operator
Alessio Bastianelli .... focus puller: "a" camera
Alessandro Cardelli .... electrician
Valerio Cardelli .... electrician
Giancarlo Checchi .... electrician
Marco Cuzzupoli .... assistant camera
Roberto De Nigris .... camera operator
Daniele Dessena .... grip (2002)
Alessandro Di Meo .... second assistant camera: B camera
Michael F. Farrugia .... video assist (2002)
Claudio Frollano .... gaffer
Stanislao Galasso .... electrician
Eugenio Galli .... camera operator
Gian Claudio Giacomini .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Marcostavros Maggi .... assistant camera
Cristiano Natalucci .... focus puller: "b" camera
Carlo Passari .... cinematographer: second unit
 
Casting Department
Victor Bojinov .... casting: Bulgaria
Andrea Clark .... casting associate
Alexander Kossev .... casting: Bulgaria
Lana Veenker .... casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Asen Bozilov .... wardrobe assistant
Anna Gelinova .... costume assistant
Luca Giampaoli .... armor maker
Augusto Grassi .... assistant costume designer
Marco Idini .... head dyer
Emanuela Naccarati .... assistant costume designer
Giovanni Viti .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Derek Herr .... on-line editor
Walter Volpatto .... digital intermediate production coordinator
Douglas Weiner .... additional editor
 
Location Management
Alan Ciantar .... location assistant
Andrew Debono .... location manager
Patrick Thomas McManus .... assistant location manager
 
Music Department
Volker Barber .... composer: theme music
Ludovico Fulci .... computer music editor
Ludovico Fulci .... music assistant
Dave Tinsley .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Milen Bozhichkov .... driver: VFX
Maurizio Checchi .... driver
Massimiliano di Giuliani .... driver
Stefano Pasqualini .... driver
Marco Roberti .... driver
Zahari Todorov .... driver
 
Other crew
Winston Azzopardi .... production consultant
Brian Bero .... armorer
Asya Chakarova .... production assistant
Irina Cherkelova .... production coordinator
Valentin Dimitrov .... production assistant
Francesca Galea .... crowd marshall
Salvatore Gallo .... production accountant (2002)
Giampaolo Grassi .... leather master
Orlin Grozdanov .... production assistant
Eva Juel Hammerich .... personal assistant to actor (as Eva Juel)
Peter Hric .... horse master
Gaia Marotta .... production coordinator
Andrea Piria .... accountant
Michela Prodan .... head dialogue coach
Marta Razzano .... production secretary
Elisabetta Tomasso .... travel coordinator
Daniela Tully .... assistant: Uli Edel (as Daniela Astroth)
Nasko Vulev .... production assistant
Francesca Galea .... production trainee (uncredited)
Edward Said .... runner (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Julius Caesar" - USA (original title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence, and some sensuality
Runtime:
USA:240 min (including commercials) | Germany:180 min (2 parts)
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Color:
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Last on screen appearance of Richard Harris.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: Pompey's third triumph took place on September 29, 61 BC (his 45th birthday) and celebrated the victories over the pirates and in the Middle East. During Pompey's triumph soldiers can be seen carrying standards with the words "X GEMINA" on them. The tenth legion "Gemina" was not levied until 58 BC and by Julius Caesar, not Pompey. And Caesar was Consul in 61, that didn't happen until 59 BC.See more »
Quotes:
Lucius Cornelius Sulla:[to the Roman Senate] Your feet never touch the ground, your ass has never touched a horse! How can you possibly... represent the people whom most of you have never even met?See more »

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16 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
historically a joke, 28 June 2008
Author: csongor from United States

more to entertain than to inform and, sadly it fails to do the former. in 82 BC when the film opens Caesar (born 100 BC) was 18, yet they would have you believe that he had an eight year old daughter. also seems to be an unknown which was not the case. as for Cato, he appears to be years older than Caesar in the film yet in reality was three years younger.

also to clarify another reviewer's comments; Cato was Brutus's uncle. he--Cato--shared a mother with Servillia, the mother of Brutus. she was the sister of Livius Drusus, the tribune of the plebeians who was assassinated around 108. her original husband, Caepio father of Servillia, was killed in the east. she then took up with M. Porcius Cato's father. according to Plutarch, Sulla died after having relinquished the office of dictator and retired to the countryside to spend the end of his days in total debauchery.

also missing from the film is Crassus and Cicero. to omit these characters is akin to omitting w.t. Sherman and Jefferson Davis from any story about the civil war. as a result the movie is careless in its regard for history. one of the early scenes in the movie involving the pirates is so ignorant of history as to make the viewer throw up their hands in disgust and say 'why was the primary text ignored?' the story of Caesar and the pirates is one of the best stories of his life and it was not given any justice. if one would be interested in roman history i strongly suggest reading up on the harrowing tale of Caesar and the pirates. in the end this movie was in terms of historical accuracy below even the HBO series Rome which was also fairly free in its interpretation of roman history but much more entertaining.

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