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Period and Historical
This monumental near four-hour, unabridged version of the play has Kenneth Branagh directing himself as the Prince. Admirable, and challenging, this is very showbizzy staging. In addition to the leading players there is a veritable galaxy of star appearances to tweak the interest. While some critics might say this is not so much a movie as a chorus-line of talents, Branagh has to be admired for the ambition of this ravishingly beautiful staging.
A modern-dress adaptation of Shakespeare's play shot over 12 days, with a cast all linked to his previous work.
14+ years 104 mins
Shakespeare is relocated to modern Manhattan - but the play keeps its original dialogue, in this adaptation starring Ethan Hawke.
14+ years 106 mins
Loud and colourful adaptation of Shakespeare's classic play about two star-crossed lovers from bitterly feuding families.
11+ years 115 mins
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Freelance writer and filmmaker James Clarke explains just why Shakespeare's plays have such a long and varied history of big screen adaptations.
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