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Attila 

A romanced story of Attila the Hun, from when he lost his parents in childhood until his death. Attila is disclosed as a great leader, strategist and lover and the movie shows his respect ... See full summary »
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Cast

Complete series cast summary:
Pauline Lynch Pauline Lynch ...  Galen 2 episodes, 2001
Steven Berkoff ...  King Rua 2 episodes, 2001
Andrew Pleavin ...  Orestes 2 episodes, 2001
Tommy Flanagan ...  Bleda 2 episodes, 2001
Kirsty Mitchell ...  Honoria 2 episodes, 2001
Jonathan Hyde ...  Felix 2 episodes, 2001
Tim Curry ...  Theodosius 2 episodes, 2001
Janet Henfrey Janet Henfrey ...  Palcharia 2 episodes, 2001
Liam Cunningham ...  King Theodoric 2 episodes, 2001
Rollo Weeks ...  Young Attila 2 episodes, 2001
Kate Steavenson-Payne ...  Lydia 2 episodes, 2001
Richard Lumsden ...  Petronius 2 episodes, 2001
Mark Letheren Mark Letheren ...  Thorismund 2 episodes, 2001
Jolyon Baker Jolyon Baker ...  Mundzuk 2 episodes, 2001
David Bailie ...  Shaman 2 episodes, 2001
Powers Boothe ...  Flavius Aetius 2 episodes, 2001
Gerard Butler ...  Attila the Hun 2 episodes, 2001
Alice Krige ...  Placida 2 episodes, 2001
Simmone Mackinnon ...  Ildico / ... 2 episodes, 2001
Reg Rogers ...  Valentinian 2 episodes, 2001
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A romanced story of Attila the Hun, from when he lost his parents in childhood until his death. Attila is disclosed as a great leader, strategist and lover and the movie shows his respect to the great Roman strategist Flavius Aetius, his loves and passions, the gossips, intrigues and betrayals in Rome, all of these feelings evolved by magic and mysticism. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Men followed. Women worshiped. Rome trembled.


Certificate:

Unrated | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA | Lithuania

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Attila See more »

Filming Locations:

Lithuania

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (3 episodes) | (TV) (4 parts) | (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

In the series, a soldier called Petronius unsuccessfully tries to murder the emperor Valentinian. The name "Petronius" was probably chosen because in reality the emperor was eventually killed by a senator called Petronius. See more »

Goofs

When Attila has killed his brother in a duel, he claims N'Kara and goes raiding villages. If you look closely, you can see that he's already carrying the 'sword of the war god', although at that point of the story he hasn't found it yet. He finds it later, after N'Kara has died giving birth. See more »

Quotes

Flavius Aetius: Civilized men are easy to conquer, but civilization still belongs to the civilized, not the barbarians.
Attila the Hun: It belongs to whoever is strong enough to take it.
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Told me very little
5 February 2001 | by hecklesSee all my reviews

I hate to disagree with the prior analysises, but this movie told me next to nothing about Attila that I didn't know before. I knew that he slew his brother to gain the throne; I knew that he died on his wedding night. But what I wanted to know is why, when Rome had managed to repel barbarian attack after barbarian attack, these barbarians should suddenly show up, make so much of an inroad and spread so much panic down into the city itself. I believe that climate change, forcing the Huns away from their traditional steepe grazing areas, had something to do with it? Or one might also mention Rome's increasing dependence on Germanic contract armies to hold the frontier. Somebody said this was the next "Braveheart". I have to agree, as I thought "Braveheart" also was a lot of history on the superficial level as well. In both, I noticed, when towns were taken by the hero the camera carefully steered away from any scenes of slaughter and rapine, the better to keep him untarnished. I shouldn't have wasted my time.


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