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Shakespeare is relocated to 21st century Manhattan - but the play keeps its original dialogue, or at least enough of it to fit a film that's a fraction of the length of many stage productions. In this adaptation, Hamlet is not the heir to the Kingdom of Denmark, but the New York-based Denmark Corporation. Visually, Hamlet's world here is sleek and high-tech, with much use of security camera shots to stress how easily Shakespeare makes sense in this 21st setting. A great cast includes Bill Murray and Ethan Hawke as Hamlet himself.
A film guide that looks at Caesar Must Die (2012), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Daring, powerful adaptation of the classic Shakespeare play, which restyles the vicious king into a 1930s fascist dictator.
14+ years 99 mins
Romantic comedy about a young woman living when only men were allowed to act, who disguises herself as a boy and auditions for William Shakespeare.
14+ years 123 mins
Ebullient and entertaining Kenneth Branagh adaptation of Shakespeare's romantic comedy.
11+ years 106 mins
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