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Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing
Much Ado About Nothing




104 minutes


Comedy, Drama, Period and Historical, Romance



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A labour of love for director Joss Whedon, this critically lauded, modern-dress adaptation of Shakespeare's play features a starry cast, all linked to Whedon's past work. Alexis Denisof is Benedick, cynical about love and marriage, sparring with Beatrice, a witty singleton who disdains romance. But then they fall victim to a plot to bring them together. Shot in 12 days at the director's own house, this is a fast-moving delight that's a must for students of Shakespeare and lovers of smart romantic comedies.


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Contains moderate sex and implied drug use.

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