Often credited with creating a popular movie audience for Shakespeare, Kenneth Branagh has wanted for many years to bring to the screen the complete, full-length version of Hamlet, Shakespeare's greatest play. He has now done so - as director and as the prince of Denmark - making an emotionally moving, visually spectacular movie that will become a landmark in film history. The volume includes Kenneth Branagh's elegant introduction of the genesis of his role as Hamlet as well as his full screenplay adaptation. The production diary by Russell Jackson, Shakespearean scholar and script consultant on the movie, goes behind the scenes to show what it was like to film this lavish production and to work with the leading theater and movie actors of our time.
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The last stroke of midnight hits as we settle on the huge hand , which holds a
sword hilt and just as we would seem to cut , a great rasping noise like fingernails
on a blackboard sears through the night and we see the statue ' s hand pull the ...
I stand in pause where I shall first begin , And both neglect . What if this cursèd
hand Were thicker than itself with brother ' s blood , Is there not rain enough in the
sweet heavens To wash it white as snow ? Whereto serves mercy But to confront
Sitting on floor , during a respite , she waves , does ' potty ' acting ( lolling head ,
hands waving ) : thumbs - up cheerfully exchanged . Not a chatting day , though -
everyone reading between shots , like a library or a doctor ' s waiting room .
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Such a remarkable bildungsroman: a book of development. The young Hamlet, who has to grow up when his father is suspiciously killed, and his uncle suddenly marries his mother. Hamlet is forced to ... Volledige review lezen