Troy

Troy
Troy

Year

2004

Duration

156 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Period and Historical

Language

English

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Synopsis

It is said that Helen, Queen of Sparta, was so beautiful, her face launched a thousand ships. When she runs away with Paris of Troy, Helen's husband King Menelaus calls on his 50,000-strong army, which includes the half-god/half-mortal Achilles and sets about waging war on the Trojans. Fierce battles take place as the Greeks lay waste to the Trojan army, who until then were considered the most powerful in the known world. Homer's classic tome The Iliad is brought to life in a muscular, action-packed blockbuster featuring spectacular set-pieces.

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Contains strong battle violence and some moderate sex scenes.

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