The clip Before leaving to sea from Troy (2004)
Make the proper offerings to Poseidon before we sail.
We don't need any more widows in Troy.
Goat or pig?
Which does the sea god prefer?
I'll wake the priest and ask him.
We should get to bed. We won't sleep on land again for weeks.
I have no trouble sleeping on the seas, brother.
Athena sings lullabies to me.
And who sang lullabies to you tonight?
Tonight was the fisherman's wife.
A lovely creature.
I hope you didn't let the fisherman catch you.
He was more concerned with the fish.
You do understand why we're in Sparta.
And you understand that Menelaus, the king of Sparta...
...is a very powerful man.
And that his brother, Agamemnon, the king of Mycenae...
...commands all the Greek forces.
What does this have to do with the fisherman's wife?
...you're my brother and I love you.
But if you do anything to endanger Troy...
...I will rip your pretty face from your pretty skull.
Now get some sleep.
We sail in the morning.