I was bred on immortal Spartacus by Stanley Kubrick, Kirk Douglas and Jean Simmons and immortal novel by Giovagnoli. By 2000 it seemed that metrosexuals and gays completely occupied cultural spaces. But then, Russel Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Connie Nielsen, late Oliver Reed and, oh ever great, Ridley Scott, again, came to the rescue, producing a masterpiece the likes I didn't believe I would ever see again. But there it was--a magic, both cinematographically and musically, by incomparable Hanz Zimmer and Lisa Gerard.
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