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Half of the bad things he ever did are not mentioned, and none of the good things he did are mentioned.
Nero is spared and shown as being made a ward of Caligula's court, but also made to live among Acte's slave family and reaching young manhood among them.
There is more historical inaccuracy in these two films than almost all the previous Hollywood style epics put together.
The story of Nero is an entertaining movie. It may not be historically accurate, but with the facts given, it is accurate enough. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roi Marie
Emperor Nero, the crazed, psycotic lunatic of the once, mighty Roman Empire, was so sadistically cruel, ruthless and insane, that the former Emperor Caligula, who was his... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nina
You are absolutely correct John F. Jamele with respect to your criticisms of this long and markedly distracting film (see review "Nero- Not for lovers of Historical... Read morePublished 5 months ago by DMA
NERO, a name from my young school days ,history books told me about it and later in Seminary I had to study on
him more deeper ways since his relation with Roman Christians. Read more
I love Hans Matheson and I love historical dramas, so this DVD was a winner for me. Thank you Amazon for having such a great selection of movies.Published 14 months ago by Esther Waingent
My daughter and I loved this movie, the main actor is one of my daughter's favorite and she chose the movie. Read morePublished 19 months ago by R. S.
I actually purchased this movie because I admire Hans Matheson's work. He's quite a brilliant actor and I was eager to see how well he'd do in a movie about Rome. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Reina Ursa
Nero was one of the most infamous Caesars in the history of Rome. Many scholars have debated his madness, his reason, and whether or not he truly set the fires that burned down... Read morePublished on March 22, 2012 by Charity Bishop