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I had never heard of Centurians of Rome until now, and when I was told the story behind its making, it sounded like something out of a caper film. As legend has it, this film, which at the time was the most expensive porno film ever made ($100,000), was financed from a 1980 two million dollar theft of a Brink's security guard. It gets crazier. Brink's was insured by Lloyd's of London, and just like that, Lloyd's became one of the co-owners of the film.
Everything about this film is absolutely phenomenal. The story is great, the men are to die for, the costumes are elaborate (especially Michael Flent's emperor with his androgynous costumes and make-up) and the acting is really very good. The dialogue is dubbed in spots, but that's easy to overlook. Even with a hundred grand, it's hard to believe how great the film looks. The soundtrack, cinematography and just about every other technical portion of the film is like something out of a Hollywood movie. It's also hard to believe that despite today's advances in technology, this film looks a lot better than many of the films in today's market.
The story behind this film is unbelievable and should be a movie itself. Centurians must be seen because it never disappoints, thanks to a cast of gorgeous men, beautiful sets, a great story, a fitting soundtrack (is that a touch of John Williams I hear?) and all-around sexual entertainment. I'm telling you, this is just like an old Hollywood gladiator film, but with explicit homoeroticism.