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(UK, 1979, color, 95 min plus additional materials).
The Tempest, Caravaggio, and Edward II take place in the past, but there are always modern touches which alienate some of the audience, but dazzle others.
I do not necessarily believe that Shakespeare must be done in the "traditional" fashion, but I hated this movie.
I enjoyed the movie overall, but sometimes it was hard to follow. If you are familiar with the story, it would probably make more sense. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Surreal and fascinating. Interesting non-traditional version.Published 4 months ago by Minerva Rose
No one can say they don't know Shakespeare's most mysterious play, The Tempest. But no one can say they understand it because it is not done to be understood but only interpreted... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jacques COULARDEAU
First of all, this movie is a feast for the eyes. I love it when directors allow insight into the characters by placing those characters in settings where you can gain awareness... Read morePublished 10 months ago by S. McKinney
While studying Dance/Art at Goldsmiths' college I was asked by teacher and choreographer Stuart Hopps to be one of the dancing sailors. 3 days in an abbey in mid-winter. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Malcolm Tulip
not one of my favorites. this movie was confusing and difficult to follow. I was not sure how it would come together.Published 17 months ago by bwolz
People who will watch or want this film on video by and large will be fans of its director--the iconolastic Derek Jarman (The Last of England, Sebastiane). Read morePublished 18 months ago by Buzzed1