Last night, at the local archaeological museum there was a free screening of this quite remarkable Italian film dubbed into Spanish. It was free so we were there. In fact we were the only people there when the film began at its advertised start time of 9.45pm though there may have been as many as thirty in the audience as we sneaked away after thirty minutes of wobbling scenery, hackneyed script and wooden acting.
Good idea though with a museum based on a Roman necropolis screening a film with a Roman plot. Maybe they'll have something a bit better next time.