Alternatively, I'd enjoy seeing earlier Scottish history such as the Picts. A non-Scottish option would be a viking-oriented film that would perhaps be somewhat similar to the TV show Vikings but explore different aspects and play with the mythology a little more.
How about you?
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About the persecution of witches. I like the middle ages and witches so that would be interesting. Eventhough I'm sure if I google, I'll find a movie about it
After seeing the movie The Lost City of Z, I'd like to see more movies of expeditions to already inhabited areas of the world. I don't know if those exist already, though.
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Gaius Julius Caesar's conquest of Gaul culminating with either the siege of Alessia or the crossing of the Rubicon, Alexander the Great's conquests culminating with the battle of the hydaspes river, and maybe a historically accurate and not needlessly filled with slo-mo battle of thermopylae...
The British colonization of Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Canada, and India. And the Spanish, French, and British Colonization of The US