Cleopatra tries to increase her power with help from the Roman Empire. Both Julius Caesar and Mark Antony fall for her. After Caesar's death Cleopatra seduces Mark Antony, but the couple soon face certain doom.
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Originally released as a motion picture in 1963.
Special features: audio commentary by Jack Brodsky, Martin Landau, Chris Mankiewicz and Tom Mankiewicz.
In English or French with subtitles in English or Spanish.
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Cleopatra (to Julius Caesar): "...My breasts are full of love, and life. My hips are round and well apart. Such women, they say, have sons."
Agrippa (of Cleopatra): "...Well versed in the natural sciences and mathematics. She speaks seven languages proficiently. Were she not a woman, one would consider her to be an intellectual."
Octavian: "...Is that how one says it? As simply as that... "Mark Antony is dead."... "Lord Antony is dead!" "The soup is hot." "The soup is cold." "Antony is living." "Antony is dead." SHAKE WITH TERROR WHEN SUCH WORDS PASS YOUR LIPS... for fear they be untrue, and Antony'd cut out your tongue for the lie! And if true, for your lifetime, *boast* that you were honored to speak his name, even in death. The dying of such a man... must be shouted... screamed! It must echo back from the corners of the universe! "ANTONY IS DEAD!! MARK ANTONY OF ROME LIVES NO MORE!!!"
Cleopatra ('sampling' a basket of 'figs'): "The taste of these, they say, is sharp; swiftly over... How strangely awake I feel... as if living had been just a long dream... Someone else's dream... Now finished at last... But to now... begin a dream of my own... which will never end... Antony... Antony, wait..."
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