Sebastiane is a 1976 film written and directed by Derek Jarman and Paul Humfress. It portrays the events of the life of Saint Sebastian, including his iconic martyrdom by arrows. The film, which was aimed at a homosexual audience, was controversial for the homoeroticism portrayed between the soldiers. It is significant for being the first film to be entirely recorded accurately in Latin, which went as far as the translation of some dialogue into vulgar Latin.
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designislaw asked: I banged jar jar bink's neighbor and all I got was horrid emotional scarring and ghost writing about screenwriting for videogames for the writer of the steven segal directorial debut, on deadly ground. episode 1 has destroyed lives and careers, I tell you
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fatchurch asked: You loved phantom menace! Jarjar, podrace, ole floaty bignose! dont you dare call it shameful to disregard the original trilogy, people do so all the time picking up the secondary storyline dogma spewed forth from glorified fanfiction novels labeled as a part of the "starwarsian" Universe/experience, also have you read the post Luke novels? How are they? I'll probably never read them. Remember ole horned red face with duel saber and Liam neeson? Nothing really mattered in the 90s.
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are you telling me there’s no high def laserdisc rip of the unfucked-with original star wars trilogy, because i will literally shit myself to death
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