Ray Stevenson's character states the native action are "crossing the Rubicon". In Rome, Stevenson plays a Roman soldier who fought with Caesar at the time he crossed the Rubicon. See more »
Historical Dramas as they should be told
Like all good dramas this show doesn't try to tell you what you should think. It tries to tell the story with honesty and attention to detail while taking just enough poetic license to make these characters relatable to us. What it boils down to is that, regardless of the perspective, we're all people who share a common desire to prosper and live good lives. We're often more alike than different, and all of us have flaws. In a new world where can decide how they want to live people make up the rules as they go. Being unhindered by prejuidces and past norms allow people the flexibility to come to new understandings
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