Theseus stabs Hyperion in the throat and blood immediately fills his mouth and runs out the corners. After the camera flashes back from Theseus' expression there is no blood in Hyperion's mouth or trace on his face. When his head falls to the ground his mouth area is again covered with blood. See more...
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|Original entry||At the beginning, when King Hyperion is at the altar talking to the priest, he says 'Christ.' The year is 1228 B.C. [The word "christ" or, in the original ancient Greek, kristos, was a title meaning anointed one, not a name. Prior to Jesus Christ, the word could apply to anyone considered anointed.]|