From its first frames, director Ridley Scott’s new epic, Napoleon, makes both its political subtext and attitude toward history clear. “1789, Revolution in France,” its opening titles announce. “The French have become disillusioned by food shortages and widespread economic depression. Anti-Royalists would soon send King Louis XVI and 11,000 of his supporters to a violent […] Original post

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