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Julius Caesar (1953)

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Genres:
Biography | Drama
Quality:
1080p
Resolution:
1472*1072
FrameRate:
23.976 fps
Size:
2.24 GB
Runtime:
120 min
Language:
English 5.1  
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MPR:

IMDB Rating:
7.3
Downloaded:
786
Seeds:
74
Peers:
22
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0
Directors: Joseph L. Mankiewicz,


Movie Description:
Brutus, Cassius, and other high-ranking Romans murder Caesar, because they believe his ambition will lead to tyranny. The people of Rome are on their side until Antony, Caesar's right-hand man, makes a moving speech. The conspirators are driven from Rome, and two armies are formed: one side following the conspirators; the other, Antony. Antony has the superior force, and surrounds Brutus and Cassius, but they kill themselves to avoid capture.

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