Director: Wolfgang Petersen Cast: Brad Pitt, Eric Bana, Orlando Bloom

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Homer's sprawling tale of love and war in ancient Greece comes to the screen in all its grandeur in this epic-scale adventure. In 1193 B.C., Paris, Prince of Troy (Orlando Bloom), has fallen in love; however, the beautiful woman who has beguiled him is Helen, Queen of Sparta (Diane Kruger), who is wed to King Menelaus (Brendan Gleeson). While Helen is hardly immune to Paris' charms, this doesn't blunt Menelaus' fury when Paris steals her away from him. Menelaus' brother Agamemnon (Brian Cox), the power-hungry king of the Mycenaeans, is eager to expand his empire through Troy to the lands of the Aegean Sea, and he uses Paris' romantic slight against Menelaus as an excuse to wage an all-out war against the great walled city. Priam, King of Troy (Peter O'Toole), summons his armies, led by Prince Hector (Eric Bana), to meet the onslaught of Agamemnon's forces, but while the great city has yet to yield in a battle, Agamemnon has a formidable ally -- Achilles (Brad Pitt), a mighty and seemingly unstoppable warrior whose presence could tip the scales in Agamemnon's favor. Sean Bean, Julie Christie, Saffron Burrows, and Rose Byrne highlight the film's supporting cast.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/06/2015
UPC: 0883929453115
Original Release: 2004
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]
Time: 3:16:00
Sales rank: 31,570

Special Features

Troy revisited: an introduction by Wolfgang Petersen; Troy in focus: the talent and resources an epic movie requires; In the thick of battle: the film's thrilling action sequences; From ruins to reality: the history behind the production design; Troy: an effects odyssey: the secrets behind the miraculous special effects; Attacking Troy: gearing up for an on-screen siege; Greek ship towing; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Brad Pitt Achilles
Eric Bana Prince Hector of Troy
Orlando Bloom Prince Paris of Troy
Diane Kruger Helen, Queen of Sparta
Brian Cox Agamemnon
Sean Bean Odysseus
Brendan Gleeson King Menelaus
Peter O'Toole Priam, King of Troy
Saffron Burrows Andromache
Julie Christie Thetis
Rose Byrne Briseis
Garrett Hedlund Patroclus
John Shrapnel Nestor
Nathan Jones Boagrius
James Cosmo Glaucus
Julian Glover Triopas
Vincent Regan Eudorus
Trevor Eve Velior
Tyler Mane Ajax
Adoni Maropis Agamemnon's Officer
Jacob Smith Messenger Boy
Siri Svegler Polydora
Lucie Barat Helen's Handmaiden
Ken Bones Hippasus
Manuel Cauchi Old Spartan Fisherman
Mark Lewis Jones Tecton
Nigel Terry Archeptolemus
Owain Yeoman Lysander
Luke Tal Scamandrius
Matthew Tal Scamandrius
Louis Dempsey Aphareus
Joshua Richards Haemon
Tim Chipping Echepolus
Desislava Stefanova singing woman
Tanja Tzarovska singing woman,Singer
Alex King Apollonian Guard
Jordi Casares Horsemaster
Richard Ryan sword master
Bulgarian Women's Choir Singer
James Horner Conductor

Technical Credits
Wolfgang Petersen Director,Producer
Steve Abela Stunts
Daryl Andrews Stunts
Asen Asenov Stunts
Jillian Ashby Art Director
Alejandro Avendano Stunts
Omar Ayala Stunts
Winston Azzopardi Co-producer
Menyhert Dutombe Balog Stunts
George Barbara Stunts
David Benioff Screenwriter
Andy Bennett Stunts
Artur Berezin Stunts
Jon Billington Art Director
Jim Boyle Sound/Sound Designer
Kenneth Camilleri Stunts
Chas Cash Animator
Steve Caswell Stunts
Stuart Clark Stunts
Jonathan Cohen Stunts
Aris Comninos Stunts
Danielle Da Costa Stunts
Tony Dawe Sound/Sound Designer
Andre Degabrielle Stunts
Ivan Baena Delgado Stunts
Stephen Dobric Art Director
Dimitar Doichinov Stunts
Zuzana Drdacka Stunts
Hana Dvorska Stunts
Angel Gomez Fdez Stunts
Marketa Frankova Stunts
Gerry Gavigan Asst. Director
Leonardo Godinez Stunts
Eduardo Gomez Stunts
Mark Franklin Henson Stunts
Daniel Hirst Stunts
Jan Holicek Stunts
Jitka Holickova Stunts
Peter Honess Editor
James Horner Score Composer,Musical Arrangement
Martin Hub Stunts
Barbara Huber Associate Producer
Eunice Huthart Stunts
Rowley Irlam Stunts
Jon Paul Jones Animator
Eddie Karam Musical Arrangement
Ivo Kehajov Stunts
Tyrell Kemlo Stunts
Randy Kerber Musical Arrangement
Jindrich Klaus Stunts
Jiri Kraus Stunts
Jon Kull Musical Arrangement
Javier Lambert Stunts
Todor Lazzarov Stunts
Derek Lea Stunts
David Leitch Stunts
Guy List Stunts
David Listavan Stunts
Raul Lopez Stunts
Marc Mailley Stunts
Mauricio Martinez Stunts
Nick McKinless Stunts
Bronco McLoughlin Stunts
Mark Mottram Stunts
Daniel Naprous Stunts
Andrew Nicholson Art Director
Marc Niro Art Director
Adam O'Neill Art Director
Nigel Phelps Production Designer
Anna Pinnock Set Decoration/Design
Conrad Pope Musical Arrangement
Roger Pratt Cinematographer
Cedric Proust Stunts
Diana Rathbun Producer
Buster Reeves Stunts
Bob Ringwood Costumes/Costume Designer
Cliff Robinson Art Director
Jason Snyman Animator
Mark Southworth Stunts
Tom Struthers Stunts
Lucinda Syson Casting
Joss Williams Special Effects Supervisor
Colin Wilson Producer
Peter Young Set Decoration/Design

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Troy Director's Cut
1. Foreword. [1:28]
2. Awaiting Achilles. [6:45]
3. "Is There No One Else?" [2:49]
4. Secret Lovers. [7:15]
5. Brother's Pledges. [7:11]
6. Greatest War. [2:07]
7. Recruiter Odysseus. [5:41]
8. Glory And Doom. [3:16]
9. Royal Welcome. [3:21]
10. They're Coming For Me. [4:48]
11. Immortality Is Yours. [7:41]
12. Beach Combat. [5:27]
13. Too Early In The Day. [1:59]
14. No Need To Fear. [3:49]
15. Spoils Of War. [3:51]
16. The Way I Love Helen. [4:54]
17. Power, Not Love. [5:19]
18. Soldiers Obey. [3:35]
19. Gathering Forces. [2:24]
20. Brave Offer. [4:53]
21. Paris Vs. Menelaus. [3:33]
22. Battle Cry. [4:34]
23. Greek Retreat. [4:40]
24. Weak Morale. [3:17]
25. Everyone Dies. [3:18]
26. Born For This War. [6:04]
27. Chapter 27 [3:06]
Disc #2 -- Troy Director's Cut
1. Chapter 1 [:00]
2. Chapter 2 [:00]
3. Chapter 3 [:00]
4. Chapter 4 [:00]
5. Chapter 5 [:00]
6. Chapter 6 [:00]
7. Chapter 7 [:00]
8. Chapter 8 [:00]
9. Chapter 9 [:00]
10. Chapter 10 [:00]
11. Chapter 11 [:00]
12. Chapter 12 [:00]
13. Chapter 13 [:00]
14. Chapter 14 [:00]
15. Chapter 15 [:00]
16. Chapter 16 [:00]
17. Chapter 17 [:00]
18. Chapter 18 [:00]
19. Chapter 19 [:00]
20. Chapter 20 [:00]
21. Chapter 21 [:00]
22. Chapter 22 [:00]
23. Chapter 23 [:00]
24. Chapter 24 [:00]
25. Chapter 25 [:00]
26. Chapter 26 [:00]
27. Priam's Order. [2:40]
28. Flaming Attack. [3:41]
29. Hector's Adversary. [4:52]
30. Tragic Mistake. [2:02]
31. Night Of Torments. [4:27]
32. Summoned To Fight. [5:37]
33. Now You Know. [2:20]
34. Hector Vs. Achilles. [3:16]
35. Desecrating The Dead. [2:04]
36. A Father's Plea. [6:18]
37. Achilles' Word. [2:40]
38. Inspirations And Honors. [3:45]
39. Parting Gift. [:05]
40. Troy Under Siege. [4:20]
41. We Will Be Together. [5:28]
42. Royal Bloodshed. [4:29]
43. Brought To Heel. [3:03]
44. I Walked With Giants. [3:41]
45. End Credits [2:48]
46. Chapter 46 [10:48]

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Troy 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 94 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Brad Pitt, Rose Byrne, Eric Bana and Peter O'Toole were outstanding in their role. Agamenian was something else also in his role. I am sorry that Archilles killed Hector and sorry that Archilles died. Because of Archilles love for Breises and her love for Archilles, I believe he would have changed for the better. A sequeal to Troy should be made. Breises should have a child for Archilles and let the child grow up. A little more romance and a little less war although, I know the picture depicted war but love as well......DENISE E. HURST
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this movie was awsome...the battle scenes were breathtaking and the story line was well-written
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was great i enjoyed the battle scenes and the emotion in the movie but if you expect this movie to be just like the Iliad, its not. so if you are looking for an easy way out of reading the Iliad for school, this movie wont help. The are many people who die in the movie who dont in the book and the book is based way more on the gods and goddesses than the movie. also characters story lines are alot different from the book as well. im glad i read the Iliad and the Odyssey before seeing this movie
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is quite spectacular and has many things to recommend it. Unfortunately, it has many flaws as well. The great Homer epic still waits for a filmmaker who can do it justice. On balance, though, Wolfgang Petersen's version is worth seeing. I liked the sword fights, particularly the one between Achilles and Hector. I've practiced a form of fencing myself, and I must say that Brad Pitt and Eric Bana did bring the legendary heroes to life! This is exactly how two strong, skillful, reckless young man would fight it out. It was 100% believable, which is very rare in movies. As an extra bonus, the armor was believable too -- modeled after Greek pottery art. Achilles shield, however, was very disappointing. According to legend, it was made by Hephaestus, the god of blacksmiths, and the Iliad devotes pages to its description. One would expect a glorious recreation on the screen, but alas. Hollywood's main goal was to keep production costs low and make a crowd pleaser for profit. The effort to please the female audience is especially transparent. So, Brad Pitt strips on several occasions and almost lets a slave girl cut his throat to prove a philosophical point. The hero of heroes, craving for glory on the battlefield, doesn't mind to be slain in bed by a woman... Ha!! This made me think how each culture reinterprets the stories of the past through the beliefs of the present. The Iliad glorifies the ideals of bronze-age Greece, where a hero's worth was measured by how many men he slew and how many women he raped. There are perhaps a hundred battles in the Iliad and only one family scene. In the movie we have three battles and three love stories, one of which (Achilles and Briseis) is totally made up. At the same time, the moving parting scene of Hector and Andromache gets perhaps 30 seconds on screen. Peter O'Toole delivers an outstanding performance as the old Priam, whose submission to the will of the gods comes straight from the Iliad. In Homer's tale, the outcome of the war ultimately depends on which Olympian god is allowed by Zeus to interfere the most. In the movie, the gods exist only in the human mind, and rather mockingly at that. Nietzsche said gods die when people stop believing in them. This movie demonstrates that the Olympians are dead today. I wonder, will the jealous god of Abraham suffer a similar fate in some future age? [6 June 2005]
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you are looking for a movie that closely and faithfully follows Homer's Iliad, look elsewhere. Otherwise, it is a good movie for purely mindless entertainment and Brad Pitt fans who can't get enough nude scenes. I applaud the director's efforts towards special effects and the battle scenes are well done. I agree with other reviewers that Helen's face as the cause for the launch of 1,000 ships was somewhat disappointing, but then again as I stated earlier...if you are looking for exact faithfulness to Homer's epic, look elsewhere. If you are looking for a good movie to watch and be suitably entertained, then you will not be disappointed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
eric bana captivates the screen with his courage, charm, BODY, and devotion. U HAVE TO SEE THIS MOVIE, it's great and has ERIC BANA (need i say more?) !!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was one of the best movies of 2004. I absolutely love this movie. This movie is a classic in the tradition of "Gladiator".
Guest More than 1 year ago
Good movie. Too much eye candy for the women, though. And Brad Pitt had some good fight moves, but overdid the stab-in-the-back thing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ive always had a huge crush on brad pitt, but when i saw him with his new muscles and grown out hair all i could think of was HOT!!. But this movie also makes you believve that your actually there, and your caught up in the moment. But hotties brad pitt, orlando bloom, and eric bana dont hurt at all.
Buzymom5 More than 1 year ago
The blue ray and picture on this, it is amazing. The performances, action and the excitement of this film speaks for it self. One movie we have watched over and over, you won't be disappointed in this film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was an awesome movie, i liked it so much!! It was so interesting and if you already now the story it's fun trying to find out who is who before they say their names (but of course this is coming from me, a nerd). And I really don't know what my favorite part of the movie is. Anyway I liked it a lot and I hope you enjoy it too.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This, in my opinion was the most entertaining film of 2004. The movie was grand and richly made!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I naturally never attended to see this movie, but a friend recommended me to it so I just thought, what the hey, might as well. As soon as it started, I was deeply engrossed in the film. To me it was quite extrodinary. Personally, I have yet to read the Illiad (sorry if I spelled that incorrectly) so I cannot compare the film to Homer's work, but in all I thought it was very good. Brad Pitt is a very convincing and gripping Achillis and you fall in love with Paris who brings upon a war to be with the woman he loves. This movie certainly got me more interested in Greek mythology.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This story is incrediable; it does HOMER proud! brad pitt is more than convincing as the deep warrior Archilles; and from Orlando Bloom's performance alone, not his usual choice of character to play... but never the less incrediable. All should buy or at least experience this movie - their is no equal when it comes to eternal love 'death before dishoner' and the life of an immortal warrior.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although it strays from "The Iliad", "Troy" is a great! movie! I was amazed that I liked it so much. It's a very good movie.