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Ver National Theatre Live: Hamlet

National Theatre Live: Hamlet is a movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Ciarán Hinds, and Sian Brooke. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, finds out that his Uncle Claudius killed his father to obtain the throne, and plans his revenge.

Robin Lough
Sian Brooke, Ciarán Hinds, Leo Bill, Benedict Cumberbatch

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Genres Drama
Director Robin Lough
Writer William Shakespeare
Stars Sian Brooke, Ciarán Hinds, Leo Bill, Benedict Cumberbatch
Country UK
Also Known As Hamlet, Amleto, ナショナル・シアター・ライヴ 2016 「ハムレット」, Гамлет: Камбербэтч
Runtime 3 h 37 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, finds out that his Uncle Claudius killed his father to obtain the throne, and plans his revenge.

Top reviews

Sunday, 31 May 2020 15:12

William Shakespeare (a fellow composer) wrote this play in the early 1600s. The production I saw was in a small house in a small town, in an English country town, in front of a "stag and fiddle" theater. There were about 15 of us people and we were each given a 6-day advance screening to see the play. What a blast! A new play I hadn't heard of before! At first I thought the film might be good, but I was wrong! This was a terrific film of a fantastic play. It didn't try to give anything away about the play, but it was fairly clear what the characters were up to. It was also funny. The story is a little confusing at times, but it still kept me on my toes. The movie was very good. It kept the audience guessing as to what was going on. The costumes were very well done, with lots of color and wonderful costumes. I liked how the costumes were created as well. I liked how the costumes were one color, one piece, and very "uniform." The scenes were well set up and seemed real. I liked how this movie didn't try to hide anything from the audience. The movie went right to the action, which was a good thing. We were kept guessing what was going to happen next. I also liked how the character of Ophelia was played by an actress, instead of a boy. This really showed the realism of this play. This movie was very entertaining. I really liked it. There are parts that made me cry, and there are some parts that made me laugh. I think this is a great movie to watch for any Shakespeare lover. I don't think anyone would walk away from this film with any disappointment, but it is definitely a film to see. I give this movie an 8 out of 10.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 11:03

Hamlet (1997) is an English television movie that was produced by the BBC, written by J. M. Barrie and directed by Peter Weir. The film stars J. M. Barrie, John Hurt, Hugh Bonneville, Johnathon Schaech, and David Thewlis. John Hurt plays Sir Ralph, a lawyer who lives with his wife and children in a large Victorian mansion on the Thames. The house is a place of relaxation for the family, however the Baron who owns it keeps them away from their real world. He's been grooming a young and somewhat out of place son to be a servant, and when the boy arrives at the house, he is just as well suited for the role as his elder brother. But the Baron intends for him to be a pupil, and the younger brother is not a suitable pupil. When a mysterious student of his arrives, the family are enthralled by his intellect and his abilities. While the family seek to gain his confidence, the student has a fascination for the Baron, and the school of thought that he has fostered in the family is unleashed. The British public were treated to a film about one of the most notorious Shakespearean tragedies of all time. It's about the affect of Shakespeare's plays on the public and the author's legacy. It also had a story to tell. As well as being a film about the tragedy, it's also a story about the influence of the play on the state of England at the time, and the personal impact that the play had on the people of the time. The director Peter Weir shot the film in its original language and the entire cast was in their native language, thus it felt authentic to the period and the play itself. The film also had a good story to tell, and although some of the scenes and their dialog might be somewhat predictable, the story has a compelling power to it. The film also had a strong performance from John Hurt, who took on the role of a man who's character has been taken over by the play. He's played many roles and he always stands out as an exceptional actor, but here he's absolutely magnificent. I could not pick out a single moment from the film that I didn't like. The direction was excellent. The photography was good as well. It also had the necessary understated humor to make the story work. It was a good film and I recommend it to anyone who's interested in this particular play. The problem I had with the film was that it was too long. I would have liked to have seen a more clever editing of the film, a more interesting and original character of Sir Ralph and also a better ending, but I did like the story itself. It was a good film, it's worth seeing.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 14:38

Hamlet is not a drama, although I would say that it is not a comedy either. It's a melodrama which, after a while, you can't help but feel in the story of Hamlet, but not in a realistic way. You can almost feel Hamlet's pain, his fear, and how he doesn't know what he is doing, or who he is doing it for. The film is directed by Sir Ian McKellen (Peter Pan, Dr. Strangelove) and is also written by David Hare (The Hours, Moonstruck, The Interpreter, Christine, The End). Hamlet is a good and tragic film. The cast is superb, but the best performance was given by Anne Hathaway as the main character, who was even more good than the entire cast of the film. She managed to evoke Hamlet's emotions, but also the sadness that was caused by the loss of his mother. And she was not bad in the role either. Her voice and the way she moved was amazing. Overall, Hamlet is a good film, but it is not a great film. It is also very hard to understand, if you don't speak French. In my opinion, this film is a classic film of the 20th century, and that is why I have given it an 8 out of 10. In my opinion, the best thing that could be said about Hamlet is that it's a good film. It's a good film, but it's not a great film. One thing that I didn't like was the way it was directed. It's too realistic, because when Hamlet was in prison, you could see how bad his prison was, and the way he was treated. Also, he was beaten by other inmates. I didn't like that at all. I would have liked a better film with a more realistic way of showing things, but I can't say that I have heard of a better way of showing things. Anyway, Hamlet is a good film. It's not the greatest film ever made, but it's a good film, and that's what it's supposed to be. My rate of 8/10.

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