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476 A.D. Chapter One: The Last Light of Aries (2014)

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After General Flavius Aetius frees the Roman Empire from the clutches of Attila the Hun, Rome is once again secure. However, this assurance is short-lived, as Attila is no longer a threat, ... See full summary »





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Credited cast:
Carter Baird ...
Roman Soldier
J.W. Bar ...
Corey Blair ...
Luckson Bonhomme ...
Richard Burns ...
Roman Soldier
Pete Calikes ...
Anthony Cubba ...
Jimmy Dawson ...
Kirsten Deane ...
Jason Delancy ...
Ernst Dorlus ...
Roman Soldier
Summer Drayer ...
Will Dupree ...
The Bold Barbarian
Frank Edmonds ...
Jarryl Edwards ...
Roman Guard


After General Flavius Aetius frees the Roman Empire from the clutches of Attila the Hun, Rome is once again secure. However, this assurance is short-lived, as Attila is no longer a threat, it only brings the Germanic tribes to once again unite against Rome. As the growing power of General Flavius Aetius becomes a threat to the Roman Senate, and the Emperor of Rome, Flavius becomes a victim of assassination to the Roman political hierarchy, which leaves Rome to two decades of corruption and turmoil. This unrest causes an intense decline in its infrastructure, finally brings the Empire to its inevitable demise. Leaving the Barbarians to finally fulfill their 400 years old dream, to destroy Rome once and for all. Written by Anonymous

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The Sunset of an Empire



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February 2014 (USA)  »

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476 A.D.  »

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$100,000 (estimated)

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The director Ivan Pavletic refused to use any stock footage what so ever, and insisted that everything in the movie is shot originally by the film's crew, hence why the production took longer. Every single shot that is in the final edit of the movie was specifically shot either by the director of photography David Quakenbush, second director of photography Corey Blair, or Ivan Pavletic him self. Who was also the director of photography for the European unit, and shot majority of all the B-Roll him self. See more »

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historical tradition
13 March 2014 | by (Chihuahua Mexico) – See all my reviews

It seems that the history of man is locked loop that keeps the man inside if your own vanity, selfishness and greed history is the mirror that shows us clearly that our present but our good if we only have the clarity reflector an abyss our limits to see just one step away, we bend our weaknesses and condemn us to repeat our mistakes inevitably condemning us to an endless sedition and human torture ... Ivan Pavletic having sensitivity to delve into these issues in his film recounts story that the past is a clear window of life that still continue to choose the difference is only the loss of time that will never ever recover ......

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