Vanquishing 90% of the known world by the age of 25, Alexander the Great drove his armed forces through 22,000 miles of attacks and triumphs in only eight years. Leaving modest Macedonia (today part of Greece), Alexander drove his armed forces against the relentless Persian Empire, drove west to Egypt, lastly advanced east to India. This film will focus on those eight years of fights, and in addition his association with his childhood companion and fight mate, Hephaestion. Alexander passed on youthful, of ailment, at 33. Alexander’s victories made ready for the spread of Greek culture (encouraging the spread of Christianity hundreds of years after the fact), and evacuated a significant number of the snags that may have kept the extension of the Roman Empire. At the end of the day, the world we know today may never have been notwithstanding Alexander’s grisly, yet bringing together, victory.