Continuity mistake: After the battle Phillip is celebrating on top of a rock. He is shouting, "Phillip the barbarian!" A dead soldier in yellow is laying face-up with his head toward the camera. In another shot, as Alexander approaches Phillip you can see the dead soldier has moved over to the left and his head is pointing to the viewer's left near another dead soldier. In the final shot as Alexander and Phillip leave the rock, you can see the soldier in his original location. (00:45:00)
Alexander: It is men who endure toil and dare dangers that achieve glorious deeds. And it is a lovely thing to live with courage and to die leaving behind an everlasting renown.
Philip of Macedonia: Alexander. In your first act as regent, send your mother away.
Alexander: Exile my mother?
Philip of Macedonia: Back to her kinsman in Epirus, she'll be happy there.
Alexander: Is that the cost of my prove to you?
Philip of Macedonia: How do you think I came to power? My own two brothers.
Alexander: I know, you slew them, you want me to do that too?