FINE ART FOR FILM ADDICTS

'300' (2006)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

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'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art
'300' (2006) - film-art

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All measurements given are for the printed image only. To calculate the overall dimensions of a framed print please add 200mm to both the horizontal and vertical measurements.

Example: A print image that is specified as being 825mm x 351m will sit inside a frame that has the approximate outside dimensions of 1025mm x 551mm.

'300' (2006)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

Director: Zack Snyder

Writers : Zack Snyder, Kurt Johnstad

Stars : Gerard Butler, Lena Headey, David Wenham

In the Battle of Thermopylae of 480 BC an alliance of Greek city-states fought the invading Persian army in the mountain pass of Thermopylae. Vastly outnumbered, the Greeks held back the enemy in one of the most famous last stands of history. Persian King Xerxes led a Army of well over 100,000 (Persian king Xerxes before war has about 170,000 army) men to Greece and was confronted by 300 Spartans, 700 Thespians, and 400 Thebans. Xerxes waited for 10 days for King Leonidas to surrender or withdraw but left with no options he pushed forward. After 3 days of battle all the Greeks were killed. The Spartan defeat was not the one expected, as a local shepherd, named Ephialtes, defected to the Persians and informed Xerxes that the separate path through Thermopylae, which the Persians could use to outflank the Greeks, was not as heavily guarded as they thought.