Caligula... The Untold Story
Caligula... The Untold Story (original Italian title: Caligola... la storia mai raccontata; "Caligula... the story never told") is a 1982 historical exploitation film starring David Brandon and Laura Gemser. Written by George Eastman and Joe D'Amato, and produced, directed and shot by Joe D'Amato, it was created to cash-in on the success of Tinto Brass's Caligula without being a sequel or remake.
Roman Emperor Gaius Caesar Caligula, alone in his bed, is plagued by nightmares in which a man, his head covered in a helmet, tries to shoot him with an arrow. The poet Domitius approaches and tries to assassinate him with a dagger, but the attempt is thwarted by Ulmar, Caligula's bodyguard. Domitius ends up losing his tongue and having his tendons cut at Caligula's behest.
|author||George Eastman Joe D'Amato|
|keywords||anubis belong caligula cavalry christian claudius cremation gaius caesar caligula hallucinogen id kill lose murder on the beach phallus poison praetorian guard roman emperor sex slave sex slaves sexual slavery shade shout stab swimming pool vestal virgin young love|
|musicBy||Carlo Maria Cordio|
|theme||biographical biographical drama epic exploitation independent lgbt-related pornographic|