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William Shakespeare gets the Roman Polanski touch in this lively version of the Scottish play, and that means that while there's always respect for the exquisite text, there are also some modern touches, flashes of violence and notably quite a lot of nudity. The cast is excellent if at times eccentric with Jon Finch in good form as Macbeth, Francesca Annis believably ambitious and insane as Lady Macbeth, and TV stars Martin Shaw and Keith Chegwin turning up as, respectively, Banquo and Fleance.
A man seeks revenge after his wife's killed on their wedding night in this adaptation of a 1606 play, reset in a futuristic, near-destroyed England.
16+ years 105 mins
Shakespeare is relocated to modern Manhattan - but the play keeps its original dialogue, in this adaptation starring Ethan Hawke.
14+ years 106 mins
Spectacular tale of love and warfare set in ancient China from the director of Hero and House of Flying Daggers
14–16 years 112 mins
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