The core idea of Dragon Blade is basically this: what would've happened if the Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire had fought each other over control of the Silk Road?
The idea is far-fetched, but attractive because it's always fun to imagine how two superpowers who never had close relations with each other historically would've handled each other if circumstances had been different. Rome seems to be the aggressor in this movie, so I'm going to guess that the Han will manage to rally the other kingdoms who are being threatened by their ambitions and defeat them in the end.
What are everyone's thoughts on the subject?
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