Actors:Gerard Butler, Lena Headey, Dominic West, David Wenham, Vincent Regan, Michael Fassbender, Tom Wisdom, Stephen McHattie, Andrew Tiernan, Andrew Pleavin, Rodrigo Santoro, Giovani Cimmino, Tyler Neitzel, Eli Snyder, Tim Connolly, Marie-Julie Rivest, Peter Mensah, Arthur Holden, Michael Sinelnikoff, Kelly Craig, Greg Kramer, Alex Ivanovici, Tom Rack, David Francis, James Bradford, Sebastian St. Germain, John Dunn-Hill, Dennis St John, Neil Napier, Dylan Smith, Maurizio Terrazzano, Robert Paradis, Kwasi Songui, Alexandra Beaton, Frédéric Smith, Loucas Minchillo, Nicholas Minchillo, Andrew Shaver, Marcel Jeannin, Jere Gillis, Robin Wilcock, Jeremy Thibodeau, Tyrone Benskin, Robert Maillet, Patrick Sabongui, David Schaap, Leon Laderach, Dave Lapommeray, Vervi Mauricio, Charles Papasoff, Isabelle Champeau, Veronique-Natale Szalankiewicz, Maéva Nadon, David Thibodeau, Jean Michel Paré, Stewart Myiow, Andreanne Ross, Sara Giacalone, Ariadne Bourbonnière, Isabelle Fournel, Sandrine Merette-Attiow, Danielle Hubbard, Elisabeth Etienne, Ruan Vibegaard, Geneviève Guilbault, Bonnie Mak, Amélie Sorel, Caroline Aspirot, Gina Gagnon, Tania Trudel, Stéphanie Aubry, Mercedes Leggett, Stephania Gambaroff, Chanelle Lamothe, Sabrina-Jasmine Guilbault, Manny Cortez Tuazon, Atif Y. Siddiqi, Camille Rizkallah, Trudi Hanley, Neon Cobran, Gary A. Hecker, Deke Richards, Darren Shahlavi, Marc Trottier, Duy Vo Van, Agnieshka Wnorowska, David Leitch
Plot of the film "300"
"Go and tell the Spartans, the strangers passing by, that here, obeying their laws, we lie." So says the stone epitaph in Thermopylae, Greece, in memory of 300 Spartan soldiers who gave their lives in an epic battle against the invading troops of the Persian king Xerxes in 480 BC. The film "300", based on the graphic novel by Frank Miller ("Sin City"), mythologizes and perpetuates the absolute commitment of these soldiers to the cause protecting your homeland from tyranny. The story begins against the background of political differences. On the eve of the invasion of Xerxes, the Spartan oracle predicted death if the king of the city, Leonid, entered into battle during an important religious holiday. But the ferocious Leonid - the personification of the military culture of Sparta - does not believe in the warning of the gods. Defying the oracle and the city council, Leonid leaves his wife, Queen Gorgo (a lioness of her kind), and sets off with 300 soldiers from his personal guard to meet the enemy. Leonid's plan to defeat the 100-nation army of Xerxes, numbering hundreds of thousands of people, involves the protection of a narrow mountain pass by the sea, known as the Hot Gate - in Greek Thermopylae. Together with 700 volunteers from Thespia, Leonid and his professional warriors are preparing for the performance. Defeat is likely, but they believe that their sacrifice will buy time so that the city-states of Greece can gather a large army.