Its the study of Art, Literature, and film by discussing this in the context of an historical event. For example World War II you could use radio reports or paintings drawn at the time to discuss how the war was portrayed from a certain perspective.
The fictional film with the very strange title "Apocalypto" - not a word in any known language - does not depict any one specific time period. It includes elements of many different time periods in Mayan history and puts them together for dramatic effect, which is all it is really concerned with.Anyone trying to learn history from Hollywood is foolish, since the only two purposes of any Hollywood movie are (1) to make money and (2) to be entertaining. Being historically accurate is never a concern of movie-makers.
My guess is Lance Henriksen, but its not on his IMDb, or in the credits of the film.
The first whiteboard was invented in 1950 by Martin Heit. He came up with the idea while working with film negatives.
Once upon a time in the West (it's the name of a film)
Spartacus kills his best friend to spare him of the agonies of crucifixion. This happened after the Spartacus slave army was defeated and Spartacus and his friend were captured.
The number of shooting days required to produce the 1960 version of Spartacus was 167 days.
Bryna Productions and Universal Pictures Company, Inc. produced the 1960 version of Spartacus. Bryna was owned by Kirk Douglas.
Kirk Douglas originated the concept of making a film about the gladiator slave Spartacus.
Frances de la Tour portrayed the librarian Mrs. Lintott in the play and the 2006 movie version.
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman were portrayed in the movie MacArthur.
yes, a lot of research was done in order to make this film accurate.
Most of the shooting locations for the 1960 version of Spartacus took place on the back lots of Universal Studios. Only the battle scenes were shot in Spain. The battle scenes were filmed outside of Madrid,Spain .
The movie poster is the first hint to the audience regarding the theme(s) and principal character(s) in an upcoming film .
Yes -- in this film she portrayed a hillbilly faith-healer(?!?!). The film was a critical and commercial dud.