The world’s most loss-making movie “Cleopatra”, the film was shot in 1963, when the total investment was 42 million US dollars, resulting in a box office of 24 million US dollars.
“Cleopatra” is a feature film directed by Joseph L. Mankiwi, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The film was released on June 12, 1963.
The film tells the story of Queen Elizabeth Cleopatra’s marriage with Caesar for political purposes, thus establishing a powerful empire across Europe, Asia and Africa. After Caesar was stabbed, she turned her target to the general, Mark Anthony, who had a stormy love.