What is come and see based on?

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What is come and see based on?

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Q. What tattoos did Roman soldiers have?

Roman soldiers were tattooed with permanent dots—the mark of SPQR, or Senatus Populusque Romanus—and used as a means of identification and membership in a certain unit. The Greek word Stizein meant tattoo, and it evolved into the Latin word Stigma meaning a mark or brand.

Q. What are Roman numeral tattoos for?

Roman numeral tattoos generally form a long band of characters on your body indicating a number to your birthday, wedding anniversary, lucky number or date to any event you’d love to hold in memory.

Q. Did they actually kill a cow in Apocalypse Now?

It really happened: The animal (a water buffalo, or carabao) was killed – but not for the film. The tribe in the film was a real indigenous tribe that lived in the area, and they had already decided to slaughter it. Coppola merely decided to film the event.

Q. Why is it called come and see?

It comes from the Book of Revelation: “And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, ‘Come and see. ‘ And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him.

Q. What happens when glasha comes?

We see Glasha, too, at the end of the film, though at first she is barely recognizable, having disappeared from the narrative for more than an hour. Now she returns in the aftermath of Perekhody, victim of a gang rape by the plundering Nazis.

Q. What language is come and see in?


Q. Is come and see on Netflix?

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