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Stealing from Saturn (2005)

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At the opening episode, the viewer is introduced with a torture scene of a man strung upside down from a tree as another man on the ground steps up and flays another strip of flesh from the man's torso, sending the man into a fresh round of screams. Then it cuts to a shot of the Senate generals, i.e. Pompey, Brutus, Cicero, Cato and Scipio in their tent discussing the current situation. Caesar has marched on Rome and taken control of the city without any form of resistance being met. The Senate and their army have withdrawn to the south from the city in order to muster their army, in the hopes of eventually retaking the city when all is ready. But when Pompey's son finally enters the tent bearing bad news, the entire game changes. The man Quintus and his man Volpe have been torturing has finally told them that after killing Pompey's man Durio and attempting to steal the gold taken from the Temple Of Saturn treasury, the entire party had met up with Caesar's scouts consisting of two Romans and twenty Ubian cavalry and after an armed conflict, most of the party were killed while the rest ran. Quintus is convinced the Romans have taken the gold and Pompey sends him to Rome to find out for sure.


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