字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント TERROR of ROME AGAINST the SON of HERCULES (MACISTE, Gladiator of Sparta) That cock is unfriendly. He looked like someone I couldn't stand, but I can't remember who. It's been a long time someone died, that I don't remember anymore. The cock is waiting your decision, Caesar. - How is the fighter, tanned or blond? - Tanned. - Well? - Is blond. Well done, hurray! That fighter is a coward! That cock is silly in leting him flee. Later, cut both, their heads off. Hail Caesar! Caesar is pleased with the winners, however it's not finished yet. Another challenge awaits you. If you win, the reward will be a thousand sesterzi in gold... ... and two acres of good land. You're tired and your opponent is not. But to make this up, you are four against one. And who is this one? None other than Maciste of Sparta. The people are going crazy. If he wins, his popularity will give you trouble, Caesar. I don't think he will survive those four I hope he wins once again. He's strong and loyal and honors your friendship, Caesar. Furthermore, how could a gladiator compete with the glory of Caesar. Olimpia is right. Sifface, you have just said nonsense. - Love blinds, my dear. - And jealousy blinds even more. Hail Caesar, the gladiators salute you. Hail to you, my friend. If you win, I'll wait for you in the palace, to celebrate... ... your nomination, as the first Gladiator of the Empire. As long as there's good food, good wine and beautiful ladies, I won't miss it! I've got a great idea, Sifface. Order them to begin. Great, reminds me of Marte itself, this Spartan. I don't know anything better than eating. And I wish I had the neck of a giraffe, to enjoy the food down the throat. I drink to your long life, Caesar. - When can I see you again? - You do not give up, hey? - You know I want you! - Only Caesar can say " I want". - Then when? I can give you everything. - I know you are rich, Sifface. And powerful, so be alert! I'm not afraid of your threats. You don't protect me, son of Marte, why? - I was afraid not to please you. - Finally, a compliment. Strength and beauty completely, put together. I admit that we are starting well. I wait for you in my house, in Nomentana. - When? - Tonight, after I leave. Your waiting will be short. - Cheers and glory to Caesar. - Cheers and glory to Caesar! Cheers and glory to our Spartan Gladiator... ...invincible in the arena and in war. - Cheers and glory. - Thank you, Caesar. Sifface has not drank. Obviously, he doesn't share my view. It's true. I'm sorry if what goes on my heart is so conspicuous. You've heard. The head of the Praetorians, is not very fond of you. I don't blame him. Power always prevail. I should mention Sifface, that your scheme, to beat Maciste... - ... did not work. - I admire and admit Maciste's courage. But there's one thing that renders him invincible: luck! - It's true, and I ask the gods to keep blessing me, with it. Challenge him Sifface. Who knows, maybe the Godess, will abandon him. - I'm ready Caesar. - And you Maciste? If your words are not an order, I would rather go to sleep. It is. I ate a lot, and I want to have some fun. - How do you want to fight? - As you wish. Have you heard Sifface? Choose the way of fighting. I've chosen already. I don't want to beat the great Gladiator of Rome. Unless we use the same weapons. He knows the tricks of the trade! You talk too much. Choose the weapons as Maciste has decided, already. And let's begin. - I'm ready! - What do you mean? We'll fight blindfolded. This way, we'll have the same chances. Great, very well! By all gods, I've never assisted to such a challenge. Great, let's go. Come on everybody. Let's see. Great blow Sifface, but you need to aim at the target. Watch out Maciste, he can see! - That's what I was expecting. - That's enough, stop! Maciste is brave and Sifface every now and then, stops the game... ... which makes me drowsy. Let's go to sleep. - Why are you chasing her? - It's not your business, go away! Leave her alone! Thank you for saving my life. You are strong and generous. I thank God for putting you on my way. - How can I repay your help? - Don't worry. They would harm you. Yes, but our religion teaches us to love our enemies. - What do you say? - They chased me, because I'm a Cristian They went to my house to capture me, my parents and my brother. Where are they? They are hidding in a small house, where I should meet them. Tell me your name so that I can remember it, on my prayers. - My name is Maciste. - Thank you Maciste. Goodbye. - Can I see you again? - I'm Silvia. I'll be happy to see you. But remember that we Cristians, are considered, enemies of Rome. You said we should love our enemies. What happened? Have you changed your mind? No, Olimpia. - Then, what is it? - Nothing. Don't lie. I am in love, and know everything about it. At a time I was so happy for you to come and now, I'm so willing for you to go. - Something happened? - Yes Olimpia, on my way here. - Is it another woman? - Yes. - More beautiful than me? - No, it is something else. I've seen her only once. She is young and defenceless. Since I've seen her, I don't think about anything else. This never happened before Forgive me. I see, you're in love. Now go, run to her. I don't want to take, even one minute away, from your rejoice. Why are you crying, my Lady? I love him. I know many people that would give their lives, for a kiss, from you. - But I love him! - And he refuses your love. You should treat him like a dog. I'm afraid that if I treat him bad I would never see him again. It's better to be his friend and who knows, maybe one day, he falls for me. - Be welcome, Maciste! - You're waiting for me? I'm happy that you have come. Let's go in. These are my parents and this is my brother Marco. - We owe you eternal gratitude. - Sit down, Maciste Yes,sit here. You're too tall to be standing. - I hope you like our place. - Is it him, who killed a soldier? - We hope that he is alive. - Yes, so that he won't be punished. - But his deed was much appreciated. - You don't speak Maciste, why? - Don't worry about those beasts. - Why are you Cristians? - Because we are fortunate, to find God. - What God? The one and only God The one that gives you the strength to face torture, persecution, death. Yes, because we believe in another life. Those who suffer now, will be rewarded. I hope you don't believe what they say about us... ...that we practice strange rituals by sacrificing children, and arsoning Rome. No, especially now, after what I have just learned. Why don't you defend yourselves? Don't fight, don't organize? We fight and organize. Later, we'll meet our brothers in the via Appia cave. Do you have any weapons? Someone that can lead you? - Yes, our bishop Marcello. - And the weapon, our Preacher. - Preacher? You think he'll protect you from the Praetorians, the arena cruelty? - Our law is called, love. -Let's go. We'd better travel at night. The Praetorians may come, to search. We better, hurry up! - May God protect you Maciste, goodbye. - Goodbye Maciste. I love you. If your law is love, don't reject me. I don't reject you! Wait. I'll come back soon! - I have orders to arrest you? - Why? I'm surprised you don't know. You killed a Praetorian and wounded another. - It was in self defense! - That's not my problem. Caesar ordered your arrest and I personnally, am executing it. Let's go! How could one know that woman was a Cristian, Caesar? The Praetorians were chasing her and attacked me, so I defended myself. That's what you say, Maciste, however the Praetorian version is different. I'm sorry Maciste, but whoever breaks the law of Rome should be punished. - Being a hero, you shouldn't abuse. - I don't want privileges, but justice. And the justice means death. It's true, but an Emperor should be fair and generous. Tonight, you'll face a test of truth in the arena. If you manage to pass this test, you'll be deemed innocent. - I'm ready. - You're so confident, hey? You wouldn't be, if you know what awaits you, in the arena. - Look, he has no weapon. - How is he fighting such a monster? Look at the monster! What a pity, he's finished. Not yet, Caesar. We've got a show, right? He doesn't realize that blow, can kill a man. Hurray! My great Gladiator. It was rough this time. - Yes, due to my opponent. - Come, seat by my side. Ask whatever you want? Tell him, Appio Siculo, what's his reward. You've passed the test of truth, and the gods are with you. You're intitled to a prize, whatever it may be. Whatever you choose, your test was magnificent. Do you want my Anzio village? The most beautiful slave in Rome? A hundred thousand sesterzi in gold? You also, can have the death of one, of your enemies. - Anything Maciste! - Ask and you will have! - The death of someone? - Sure. Since your generosity is huge, I don't want death, but life. - The one of the Cristian woman. - It's a simple wish. Do you love her? No, but I want your benevolence towards a young woman... ... who doesn't deserve to be labelled , an enemy of Rome. - What do you know about her? - Nothing. I agree. The Cristian is yours. - You can make her, your slave. - It's a good idea. - Now go. Don't miss the party tonight. - I will not. I'm hungry! The Lord takes the bread... ... and breaks it. Saying: Here, eat it. This is my body. Then He takes the wine, and says: Here, drink it. This is my blood. Every time you do this, you'll do it, in memory of Me. In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen! Halt! Quickly, let's go back. It can't be this far! Come around me. If anyone wants to ask any questions, feel free. I know little about your God. But I'm ready to sacrifice everything, for your love. You've already got it! Excuse me? Good heavens! We're as strong as a ship hawser. I have heard about you! - They say you're strong as I. - This is Dalmoto. A lonely, poor Cristian. Enemy of Vitellio, I mean, Caesar the paunchy. - Dalmoto? - Sorry, Caesar the beer belly. - We also call him the same. - Did he really once, ate an intire pig? - Yes, he did. I saw it myself. - My God, then it's really true! It seems that the ground has swallowed him. That way! Be not afraid when your faith weakens. God is with those that believe in Him. Remember the traitor Chilone Chillonide... ...after being responsible for many deaths, repented and became a Cristian. Tigellino, they cut off his tongue, before they burn him alive. And Chilone Chilonide used to kiss the hands, of the murderers. - What made the traitor change his mind - Do not move! Everybody against the wall! Push those there. - Who are you? - I am Marcello, their bishop. Then, you and your people are enemies of Rome, and traitors of the Empire. We are no enemies nor traitors, Centurian... ...but if it is your duty to arrest us, we're ready to follow you. As for you, my orders are to let you free, along with the Cristian woman. - It's him who betrayed us. - He brought them here! It's not true! Listen Silvia, I only asked Caesar to spare your life, so we could be together Caesar can dispose of my life, as he wishes, but not of my will. - What do you say Silvia? Wait! - Goodbye. Hurry! Let's go. Move! Quickly. - Hail Caesar! - All right, hail to all! - The cook got sick. - That's terrible! - Have someone cut off his head, Caesar. - Yes, cut off their heads. - I don't see Maciste! Where is he? - There! - There he is. - Hi Caesar! May the Gods be with you. I'm happy to see you alive. I would like to know if it's true, what happened in the cave? - It's true Caesar. - I'm sorry. I had faith in your choices Well, you can choose another woman, from among my courtesans. I thank you Caesar, but I don't want to take advantage, of your kindness. You're disappointed, right? No, but I admit that I became blinded by that Cristian. And what made you change your mind? What I have seen and heard. They love an absurd God. They practice some rituals and think the world will be theirs, in another live. When I think that Cristian almost convinced me that when one is slapped... ...one should turn the other cheek. By Jupiter, I don't want to see her again. You'll see her, in fact, and sooner than you think.