Sebastiane

Synopsis: 300 A.D. : the Roman Sebastianus is exiled to a remote outpost populated exclusively by men. Weakened by their desires, these men turn to homosexual activities to satisfy their needs. However, Sebastianus becomes the target of lust for a homosexual centurion, but he rejects the man's advances.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Production: Libra Films International
 
IMDB:
5.9
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
X
Year:
1976
86 min
50 Views

That's Sebastian!

Captain oft he palace guard.

You can see he's still in favor.

The Queen has her favorites too.

That's Mammea Morgana.

She's slept her way from Bath to Rome.

He's the one who set

our bedchamber on fire.

Put him to death!

Pancras, no!

Spare him!

Strip him of his rank!

And would you believe it...

Sebastian was later sent,

as a common soldier...

...to the same remote camp...

...to which I was unexpectedly posted.

In the camp there was Sebastian...

...myself, six other soldiers,

and Severus, the Captain.

We were in exile.

Nowhere to go,

no one to fight, nothing to do.

Hail messenger of dawn.

The young God has arisen.

The chariot is prepared.

The horses of dawn fly forth

to conquer the Goddess of night.

The reeds sigh

when the young God rises.

The waters sing

when the young God rises.

Mankind awakens from sleep.

The scarlet cock struts

when the young God rises.

The lily gives forth perfume

when the young God rises.

He is glorious in the dawn light.

He sparkles like the gold

in the sacred lapis.

He sparkles like dew

on the spider's web.

His smile brings color...

...to the morning.

The world is united in peace.

Come on, men! Fight!

Bastard!

Come on, men!

Fight!

Sebastian, fight!

I'm not fighting anymore.

What's the point of it?

- Pick it up!

- No!

Go on, Sebastian.

Pick it up.

Why make trouble?

Christians don't fight.

You'll fight!

To me, Maximus, to me!

Here, Adrian!

Watch out, julian!

Stop it, Anthony!

I told you to leave me alone.

Hey, justin, you creep. Take this.

- Throw the ball to me, justin.

- Where are you going, Adrian?

Back to your mother?

Why don't you screw him, Anthony?

That's what you've always wanted.

Yeah! Shove it up him.

That'll fix the brat.

Hail, God ofthe golden sun.

The heavens and earth

are united in gold.

Comb your hair

in the golden rays of light.

In your hands

the roses of ecstasy burn.

The wheel turns full circle.

Cooled by breezes

from the four quarters.

The swallow has risen in the east.

The doors are open.

Your body, your naked body.

Initiated into the mysteries, step forth.

That beauty that made

all colors different.

Comes forth into the world.

Hail, God ofthe golden fire.

Your beauty holds my heart captive.

justin!

Clean all these swords!

Proceed!

Bastard!

Let's see.

Adrian, have a look.

You're worse than a girl, Adrian.

Don't you want to lose your virginity?

Or have you got piles?

That's Sebastian.

Getting it again.

Severus is really bashing

the meat this evening.

One forjupiter.

Two for Bacchus.

Three forjuno.

Four for Romulus.

Five for Pluto.

Six for Venus.

Seven, Diana.

Eight, Minerva.

I'm still not going to fight.

You'll stay there

until you change your mind.

Sebastian.

Sebastian, be careful.

justin, my friend, why?

He can do as he likes.

The truth is beautiful.

A present from Rome.

Oh, shit!

Hey, Maximus. Get this.

Roll up, roll up!

The Vestal Virgins versus...

...the Sabine women.

A glorious rape in color.

Here comes Messalina.

Girls, tend your fires.

Or she'll be in by the back door.

Here comes Maximus's aunt, Agrippina.

Old black ass.

Ram it home, Aunt Agrippina.

This one's Boadicea.

She's on top of Messalina.

Six legs in black leather.

What more could a virgin want?

Come on, Boadicea!

Here comes Aunty again.

She's on her back.

One, two, three.

Bad luck Boadicea.

And now, Citizens of Rome...

The terror of civilization,

Maria Domus Alba.

As heavy as Hannibal

and leader ofthe Vestal Virgins.

Oh, byjove,

she's in the arms ofSappho.

Sappho's got her by the tits.

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