Coriolanus

Coriolanus
Coriolanus

Year

2011

Duration

123 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Drama, Period and Historical

Language

English

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Synopsis

Ralph Fiennes's award-winning directorial debut is a stunning treatment of Shakespeare’s play that fully exploits parallels between the original text and the modern day. Coriolanus is a warrior and defender of Rome who disdains the citizens he must risk his life for and respects the leader of his enemies. As a reward for his victories, he is encouraged to run for office and is confronted by a greater power than military might: political manoeuvring. Ralph Fiennes is in complete control both behind and in front of the camera, making this an accessible and riveting adaptation.

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THis film contains strong bloody violence.

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