What historical figures deserve a biopic?
He's the Napoleon of Persia
>he's kind of boring
>sent by Ottomans to fight against French occupation in Egypt
>reaches Egypt and has to choose between Mamluks or Ottomans
>plays both sides
>becomes champion of the people
>kills Wahhabi dirt fucks
>turns around and invades Syria
>Ottomans get BTFO
>Egypt is free
Nigger, he restored Persia's old borders and without him there wouldn't be a Persia anymore.
Also, the entire West has been buttmad since 1979 that they can't get Persian oil. Also, Iran is engaged in a proxy war against the West and Saudi Arabia. I'd say they're pretty fucking relevant.
desu I'd say Napoleon could be considered a victory since even though he died on a shitty isle in the middle of nowhere he radically and permanently changed the European power structure and system
Wouldn't Alexandre Dumas have a better history?
He was poor but smart, suffered racism.
His father was a huge war hero, but that he hardly knew.
Then, there is the history of his mother, that had to raise him alone.
Eventually became one of the greatest French writers ever.
This is pretty much the recipe of "Oscar Winning movie".
General de Lasalle
best soldier of Napoleon
general at 31 dead at 34
fought in Italy Egypt Germany Poland Spain Austria
wounded several times The Hussar General die in 1809 and then after came the fall of the napoleonic empire