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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.
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