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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 November 2019
This is an awesome film, and the visual quality of the 4k remastered version is absolutely stunning. It is an incredible story, wonderfully told, and despite being nearly 4 hours long, my teenage boys and I were gripped the whole way through. The sound quality isn't quite up to the level reached with the imagery, but the music is still magnificent and really immerses you in the atmosphere of this remarkable time. This is possibly one of the finest films ever made. It is even more impressive given that it dates from 1962, long before CGI, and the only way to represent hordes of warriors swarming into battle was to have real hordes of warriors doing just that. Overall, this deserves to be in anyone's collection and is just the thing for when you want to be carried off into a totally different world of heroes, triumph and disaster - the consequences of which we very much live with today.
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