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Film Director: Noam Murro
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Ruler Gorgo of Sparta informs her men concerning the Battle of Marathon, in which King Darius of Persia was slaughtered by General Themistocles of Athens ten years prior. Darius child, Xerxes, witnesses his dad's demise, and is encouraged to not proceed with the war, subsequent to just "the divine beings can vanquish the Greeks". Darius maritime administrator, Artemisia, guarantees that Darius last words were in certainty a test and sends Xerxes on a voyage through the desert. Xerxes at long last achieves a cavern and showers in a powerful fluid, developing as the 8-feet tall "God-King". He comes back to Persia and pronounces war on Greece to retaliate for his dad.
As Xerxes powers advance towards Thermopylae, Themistocles meets with the committee and persuades them to give him an armada to draw in the Persians at the ocean. Themistocles then goes to Sparta to approach King Leonidas for help, however is educated by Dilios that Leonidas is counseling the Oracle, and Gorgo is hesitant to agree with Athens. Themistocles later reunites with his old companion Scyllas, who invaded the Persian troops and learned Artemisia was conceived Greek, however surrendered to Persia as her family was assaulted and killed by Greek hoplites and she was taken as a sex slave, and along these lines left for dead in the boulevards. She was saved and embraced by a Persian emissary. Her desire for retribution picked up the consideration of King Darius and he made her a maritime authority after she killed a number of his adversaries. Themistocles likewise discovers that Leonidas has walked to battle the Persians with just 300 men.
Themistocles drives his armada of fifty warships and a few thousand men, which incorporate Scyllas, Scyllas child Calisto and Themistocles right-hand man Aeskylos to the Aegean Sea, beginning the Battle of Artemisium. They slam their boats into the Persian boats, charge them, butchering a few troopers before withdrawing from the sinking Persian boats. The next day, the Greeks fake a retreat and lead a gathering of Persian boats into a fissure, where they get to be trapped. The Greeks charge the Persian boats from the precipices above and execute more Persians. Inspired with Themistocles abilities, Artemisia brings him onto her boat where she engages in sexual relations with him trying to persuade him to join the Persians as her second-in-order. He cannot, making her push him aside and swear revenge on him.
The Persians spill tar into the ocean and send suicide aircraft to swim to and board the Greek boats with their fire bombs. Artemisia and her men fire blazing bolts and lights to touch off the tar, however an Athenian figures out how to slaughter one of the Persians, who falls into the tar conveying a light, bringing about boats from both sides to blast. Themistocles is tossed into the ocean by a blast and almost suffocates before being protected by Aeskylos, and stands by Scyllas side as he succumbs to his wounds. Trusting Themistocles to be dead, Artemisia and her strengths pull back. Subsequent to recuperating from his wounds, Themistocles discovers that lone a couple of hundred of his warriors and six of his boats survived the appalling assault executed by Artemisia.
Daxos, an Arcadian general, tells Themistocles that Leonidas and his 300 men have been executed after Ephialtes sells out the Greeks to Xerxes. Themistocles comes back to Athens and goes up against Ephialtes. The twisted Spartan double crosser uncovers that Xerxes arrangements to assault and blaze Athens to the ground. Ephialites is remorseful of his activities, and is inviting demise. Themistocles saves him rather, so he can caution Xerxes that the Greek strengths are social event at Salamis. He then visits Gorgo in Sparta while she is grieving Leonidas passing to request her assistance, yet she is excessively heavyhearted. Before leaving, Themistocles returns Leonidas sword, which had been conveyed to him by Ephialtes under Xerxess requests, and desires Gorgo to retaliate for Leonidas.
In Athens, Xerxes armed force is ruining when Ephialtes lands to convey Themistocles message. After learning he is alive, Artemisia leaves to prepared her whole naval force for the fight to come. Xerxes recommends a more mindful arrangement however despite everything she leaves for the fight to come, overlooking Xerxes counsel. The staying Greek boats dash into the Persians ships, and the two armed forces fight, starting the unequivocal Battle of Salamis. Themistocles and Artemisia battle, which closes in a stalemate with both accepting serious wounds.
As of now Gorgo, who had been portraying the story to the Spartans, touches base at the fight alongside boats from various Greek city states including Delphi, Thebes, Olympia, Arcadia, and Sparta, every one of them joining against the encompassed Persians. Daxos drives the Arcadian armed force while Themistocles urges Artemisia to surrender. Xerxes, watching the fight from a precipice, fails her and proceeds with the walk of his infantry. Artemisia tries to kill Themistocles one final time however is killed as he wounds her through the stomach. Themistocles and Gorgo pause for a minute to quietly recognize each other's union as the rest of the Persians charge while Dilios drives the strike. The three then charge at the restricting Persians with the entire Greek armed force.
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