His father murdered, his mother exiled, the boy Nero, caught up in political machinations beyond his control, is sent to live on a farm as a slave. So begins this second entry in the "Imperium" series. If you saw the first installment, Augustus
, but have yet to see Nero you may have some questions about the historical accuracy of this installment. All is covered in this review
, up now at Mise-en-scene Crypt
Should the above links fail to work the Nero review is also accessible via the Mise-en-scene Crypt archive blog here
Has anyone seen this? What did you think?