Cleopatra: Portrait of a Killer

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‘Cleopatra: Portrait of a Killer’ is an investigative documentary film by Neil Oliver, revealing one of the most electrifying finds about Queen Cleopatra, known as a great queen, a beautiful lover and a political schemer.

Archaeologists believe they have discovered the skeleton of her sister who was murdered by Cleopatra and Mark Antony.

This film tells the story of a ruthless queen who would kill her own siblings for power.

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