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Ver National Theatre Live: Julius Caesar

National Theatre Live: Julius Caesar is a TV movie starring Ben Whishaw, Michelle Fairley, and David Morrissey. Caesar returns in triumph to Rome and the people pour out of their homes to celebrate. Alarmed by the autocrat's...

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Biography
Starring
David Morrissey, David Calder, Ben Whishaw, Michelle Fairley

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Genres Biography
Writer William Shakespeare
Stars David Morrissey, David Calder, Ben Whishaw, Michelle Fairley
Country UK
Also Known As ナショナル・シアター・ライヴ 2018 「ジュリアス・シーザー」, National Theatre Live: Juliusz Cezar
Runtime 2 h 15 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 Caesar returns in triumph to Rome and the people pour out of their homes to celebrate. Alarmed by the autocrat's popularity, the educated elite conspire to bring him down. After his assassination, civil war erupts on the streets of Rome.

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 17:08

In the mid-19th century, William Shakespeare began to write plays in verse and drama. In his second play, Julius Caesar, he created a deep, poetic and meaningful play that became an international success. This made Shakespeare a celebrity in England, but he was also attacked by his detractors as being a fraudulent genius. To counter this criticism, Shakespeare wrote his work in the style of John Milton, with sections written in prose, as opposed to verse. This change caused problems for him, and he was forced to re-write some of his work, which he had to republish in a more modern style. Shakespeare then spent the rest of his life trying to make up for what he had lost, including his reputation. This new adaptation of the play was completed in the early 1900s. It was later put on stage in the 1940s. The new play had an attempt to tell the story of a man who is a great lover, but he is very arrogant and selfish, and he acts for what he wants to see, which leads to his downfall. But he can't help that he was also a great lover, and loves women very much, even though he did not have any. In the play, Shakespeare wrote a kind of historical romance between the character of Cleopatra, played by Eva Green, and the character of Romeo, played by Richard Burton. This play was based on the popular novel, The Merchant of Venice, by the German writer Friedrich Schiller, and was originally published in 1797. The play was made into a film in 1936, based on the stage play. The new play was often referred to as a "clash of cultures" play because of the differences between its style and Shakespeare's. There were many Chinese and Japanese influences in the movie adaptation, as well as African influences in the play. At the end of the film, it is revealed that Leonardo DiCaprio did a very good job as the "puppeteer" of the play. However, the film was also not very good. The first problem is that some of the lines, such as "and the waves, ah," were changed from the stage play to the film. In the original stage version, the line, "and the waves, ah" had been written as "And the waves ah," and Shakespeare said that Shakespearean actors needed to use a certain amount of wit in their plays, and the lines had to be different. However, he had stated that no great Shakespearean actor, such as Charles Dance or Sir Laurence Olivier, had the ability to take Shakespeare's words and make them into plays. So, in the film, the line was changed to, "and the waves, ah." The second problem is that in the movie, the Greek actor, Jason Isaacs, was not in good enough shape to play the part of Cleopatra. When the play was made into a movie in 1936, the casting director wanted to use a character that was a more "physical" actor, such as Samuel Fuller or Martin Sheen, but the actors themselves didn't want to use someone like Isaacs, who could not properly hold the role of Cleopatra. On top of these problems, Shakespeare's original plays were never translated into movies. Some of the original plays have not been translated into movies, such as Rabelais's "Pisani-Kouchakou," and some of the plays that Shakespeare himself wrote, such as Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet. In the film version of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Hamlet, the hero of the play, is played by Danny Huston. In the film version of "Romeo and Juliet," Juliet, the heroine of the play, is played by Leonardo DiCaprio. Shakespeare also wrote "A Midsummer Night's Dream," a play that is only known to most Shakespeare scholars, and so there are many people who have never seen the original play, and thus don't know the original version of the play. For this reason, in the original play, there are many references to the play, such as the poem "O Thello" in which Hamlet quotes the lines of the play, and there is a play titled "To Be Continued with the Play of Romeo and Juliet." This show is also known as "To Be Continued with the Shakespeare version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet." The show also has a guest star, William Hurt, who


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