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Troy Movie Role Details :

Julian Glover was in role of Triopas. Brian Cox played act as Agamemnon. Nathan Jones act as Boagrius. Adoni Maropis was in the role of Agamemnon's Officer. Jacob Smith act as Messenger Boy.

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  • Troy Hollywood Movie Review


    Troy is a 2004 American epic experience war film composed by David Benioff and coordinated by Wolfgang Petersen. It is freely based[2] on Homer’s Iliad, however the film portrays the whole story of the decade-long Trojan War as opposed to simply the squabble in the middle of Achilles and Agamemnon in the ninth year. Achilles drives his Myrmidons alongside whatever is left of the Greek armed force attacking the authentic city of Troy, protected by Hector’s Trojan armed force. The end of the film (the sacking of Troy) is not taken from the Iliad, but instead from Virgil’s Aeneid as the Iliad closes with Hector’s demise and burial service.The film includes a group cast drove by Brad Pitt, Eric Bana, and Orlando Bloom. Troy made it into the “Best of Warner Bros – 50 Film Collection (90th Anniversary Collection). It was likewise assigned for 11 recompenses. It won 2 at the 2005 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards which were: Top Box Office Film — James Horner and the 2005 Teen Choice Awards and the Choice Movie Actor – Drama/Action Adventure — Brad Pitt. The Achilles-Hector competition was positioned #50 in the 50 Greatest Movie contentions by Total Film.

    Troy made more than 73% of its incomes outside the U.S. In the long run, Troy made over $497 million around the world, briefly setting it in the #60 spot of top film industry hits ever. It was the eighth most astounding netting film of 2004.The opening scene demonstrates the troops of King Agamemnon of Mycenae prepared to battle against the troops of Triopas of Thessaly, a fight just maintained a strategic distance from when the immense warrior Achilles thrashings Thessaly’s champion in single battle. In the interim, Prince Hector of Troy and his more youthful sibling Paris arrange a peace bargain with Menelaus, lord of Sparta. Paris, be that as it may, is having a mystery love illicit relationship with Menelaus’ wife, Queen Helen, and sneaks her on board their homebound vessel, much to Hector’s anger.