I am a big fan of American TV dramas, I am always eager to watch them before the English subtitles have been converted into chinese. My english is not as good so I miss some of the things and wont be able to understand all the dialogues. An otaku friend of mine is a big fan of Japanese cartoons, and he learns Japanese himself so that he can watch the newest cartoons. Watching foreign TV series without translation is a real challenge for fans, especially when the characters speak more than two languages.

Rome is a British-American-Italian historical drama television series created by Bruno Heller, John Milius and William J. MacDonald. The show’s two seasons were broadcast on HBO, BBC Two, andRaiDue between 2005 and 2007. They were later released on DVD and Blu-ray. Rome is set in the 1st century BC, during Ancient Rome‘s transition from Republic to Empire. If there was a technology that could edit great historical events into dramas or movies (and it’s theoretically possible in quantum physics), would modern audiences really appreciate them? The truths behind historical mysteries, and the appearance and conduct of famous historical figures, might be very different from what we expect based on what we have learned from history. History, after all, has been written, modified and interpreted by a range of recorders, artists, academics — and even axe-grinders.

These REAL LIFE dramas also throw light on some ethical issues. The historical figures feel prosecute because their ancestory property has been infringed. IF we really watch REAL LIFE historical dramas , might be watched by people from future.Would our modern-day famous figures become embroiled in prosecutions over privacy infringement and seek financial compensation?