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by Stanley Kubrick
with Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons (1960)

Spartacus (Kirk Douglas), a slave of the Roman Empire, has been condemned to death for having attacked a guard. He is then sold to Batiatus (Peter Ustinov), a trainer of gladiators, thus escaping his sentence. Gracchus (Charles Laughton) and Crassus (Laurence Olivier), two powerful men, arrive in Rome, accompanied by their wives, and ask for a gladiatorial match to be arranged in which the participants fight to the death. Spartacus fights against Draba, a black gladiator, who beats him, but who refuses to kill him at the end of their combat. As a result of his gesture, Draba ends up being killed by the Roman guards. Shocked by what has happened, Spartacus devotes himself to the struggle for freedom and the end of slavery, ending up leading a slave rebellion.
Spartacus won four Oscars: Best Supporting Actor, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography and Best Costume Design. Time has brought the film the recognition it fully deserves and today it is considered by the American Film Institute to be one of the 10 greatest classics in the history of Hollywood.
On 1 April, Spartacus will be screened in the Grand Auditorium at the CCB, in its full version and in a digitally restored copy in 4K.


Production | CCB | Midas Filmes

1 april 2018 | 04:00PM

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