"Julius Caesar" with Brian Cox
Season 3 Episode 4 | 54m 41s | WETA Passport
Brian Cox explores how "Julius Caesar," for many years, was seen to represent the American experience: the birth of a Republic. The play explores how easy it is for a free republic to fall into corruption. More than that, the play challenges us to think about who or what to trust and what values we want to live by — and to look inside and wonder how well we even know ourselves.
Aired: 10/19/18 | Expires: 10/25/22 |
Extras From This Episode
Clip: S3 Ep4 | 1m 33s
Preview: S3 Ep4 | 30s
Clip: S3 Ep4 | 2m 44s
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S3 Ep4 | 54m 41s | WETA Passport
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