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The Greeks are plotting to invade Troy to steal the treasures of the Trojans. Meanwhile Prince Paris is assigned by his wise father and King of Troy to travel to Sparta and shows the peaceful intentions of his people. Along his journey, he falls into the sea during a storm and is rescued on the shore by the Queen of Sparta, Helen. When he recovers, he believes that she is a slave and they fall in love with each other. When he arrives at the Spartan palace, he is arrested by King Menelaus but Helen helps him to escape. They travel together to Troy and give the excuse the Greeks need to start the war and put Troy under siege for years. The Greeks are unsuccessful in their intents, until they listen to the cunning Ulysses. 更多介绍…

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1、Here was Troy 3000 years ago, a city of destiny…
2、…so situated that it dominated the Hellespont…
3、…today known as the Dardanelles.
4、This was the only sea route to and from the east.
5、As a result, Troy grew prosperous…
6、…a tempting prize of war for the Greek nations.
7、The Trojans had long memories of the time when the Greeks, led by Sparta…
8、…had pillaged and burned the city of their fathers.
9、They had prepared strong defenses against the possibility of future assault.
10、That is why new Troy, their rebuilt city…
11、…was guarded by mighty walls, an impregnable shelter…
12、…for a happy people in love with beauty.
13、In the palace square and the busy streets…
14、…the industrious citizens were enjoying the works of peace…
15、…as though this carefree era would last forever.
16、There was Lord Aeneas, nephew of King Priam…
17、…on his way to the palace…
18、…where the future of Troy was being weighed by the royal council.
19、And so we’ve locked out the understanding of nations…
20、…and we’ve locked in the poison. Trojans jumping at every rumor…
21、…pointing fingers at each other. I tell you there’s only one solution.
22、Have your way. Go to Sparta. Go wherever you will…
23、…but don’t try to drag the destiny of Troy with you.
24、What destiny, to live like a crab in a shell?
25、We live well.
26、We tax traders at the sea gate. That’s our blood.
27、Stupidity! We’ll choke on our own fat unless we sail our ships of trade.
28、But how can we, when every harbor is an enemy’s?
29、- Oh, I’m sick of your crazy dreams. – Careful, brother.
30、Paris has always been able to crack your neck.
31、And you can thrash us both.
32、- Tell him he’s a fool, Hector! – My sons…
33、…the fool is the man who makes a quarrel of a debate.
34、Paris, I bless your plan to sail to Sparta.
35、I know I can trust you not to beg for peace.
36、I’ll try to convince the Greeks our power makes a treaty advisable.
37、I’d convince them.
38、I’d take 100 ships of war and burn the soil of Sparta black!
39、I’m sure you would, Polydorus, and create endless war.
40、And you, Hector, do you aspire to anything…
41、- … but to excel at swordplay and boxing? – Yes, sire.
42、The javelin and the discus.
43、Hector’s a good son, Priam.
44、And a good husband, my lord. Is that not sufficient glory?
45、By your leave, Paris’ ship is ready to sail.
46、Do the gods approve the day and the hour?
47、The omens are good and also the prophecies, with but one exception.
48、One troubled priestess of the temple.
49、- My daughter. – Don’t be angry, Priam.
50、- Cassandra is ill. – Sick in the mind.(更多,甚至整个剧本阅读请点击下面链接。)
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