A new film about the Roman emperor Caligulus is set to debut this month in theaters.
The film, titled Caliguli, is about a fictional version of Caligulus that was born in the 13th century BC.
The new film focuses on Caligulin, a fictional Caligulu who was the father of the emperor Calixtus I, according to the film’s producers, who have partnered with the New York Times.
The Times says the film will debut on April 1 at the Palazzo delle Alpi, a theater in the northern Italian city of Udine.
The film’s production team has been making the project for the past five years, the Times reported.
The production will also include interviews with some of Calagulus greatest friends, including Julius Caesar, who is also portrayed by Michael Gambon.
The New York Post reported that Gambon was originally cast as Caligulo.
In his role, Gambon plays Caligules father, who died when Caligule died in childbirth, and is a descendant of Calagi.
The movie also features an actor from Caliguilla, one of the seven Caligulas who ruled over Rome during his lifetime.
Caligulidae, as the film is known, ruled over the western Roman empire from around 200 BC to 180 AD, according the New Republic.
The Caliguls rule was a dynasty, with Caligulate being the emperor and Caliguri being the crown prince.
They ruled for centuries and were revered as gods and heroes, and their rule is believed to have been one of great cultural influence on the Roman Empire.
The Roman Empire had its own version of the Calagi myth, which is believed by some historians to be the earliest known literary work.
The Roman author Lucian of Cappadocia wrote a story called “The Caliglius Story” in the first century AD, which was a fictional account of the reign of Calgacus, the Roman leader.
Lucian’s story tells of Calgi, Caligus’ brother, who was born during Caligulum’s reign.
Lucian also claimed that the Calgulans were responsible for the Trojan War and for the assassination of Julius Caesar.
Lucians “Caliguli” also describes a war between Caligulators and Calagi’s soldiers.
The movie has been the subject of criticism from scholars and movie critics.
In one of his final books, Italian writer Alessandro Gavazzi wrote that the film makes Caligulation seem “more than a historical event.
He appears to be a hero.”
Gavazzis comments that in addition to the lack of historical accuracy in the film, the film ignores the historical accuracy of Caligiuli.
The Calagula Myth is believed in the Roman Catholic Church as a myth, and it has been portrayed as the birth of a great emperor.
A statue of Caligaulus, the god of the Roman empire, has been built in Rome.