The movie 300 is available in 30 different countries on the Netflix library, but it is conspicuously absent from the Netflix content available in the USA region. This doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to watch it on Netflix if you happen to live in America though – with the help of a VPN, or Virtual Private Network, you can easily connect to a foreign server and access Netflix movies from another region country. Just make sure that this foreign server is in a country where 300 is available on Netflix, such as South Korea, Australia or Canada.
Listed below are the international Netflix libraries that currently include this movie:
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Loosely based on the Battle of Thermopylae during the ancient Persian wars almost 2500 years ago, 300 tells the story of the dramatic series of events which led up to the extraordinary battle. King Leonidas of Sparta would lead a small band of 300 of his hand-picked men against a force of over 300,000 Persians in a desperate bid to defend his homeland, all the while dealing with traitors and spies at his back. The movie is famous for its incredible battle sequences, but be warned: the amount of gratuitous violence and gore in this classic film is not for the faint of heart. An incredible commercial success, 300 made close to 8 times its budget of $60 million at the box office alone and would go on to spawn a sequel film titled 300: Rise of an Empire.
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