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Ver National Theatre Live: Macbeth

National Theatre Live: Macbeth is a movie starring Nadia Albina, Michael Balogun, and Stephen Boxer. The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war. Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are propelled towards the crown by forces...

Rufus Norris
Anne-Marie Duff, Nadia Albina, Michael Balogun, Stephen Boxer

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Rufus Norris
Writer William Shakespeare
Stars Anne-Marie Duff, Nadia Albina, Michael Balogun, Stephen Boxer
Country UK
Also Known As ナショナル・シアター・ライヴ 2019 「マクベス」, NT Live: Macbeth, National Theater Live: Macbeth, National Theatre Live: Makbet
Runtime 3 h 30 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 The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war. Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are propelled towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.

Top reviews

Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 04:47

The musical theatre version of Macbeth, which was first presented at the Old Vic in London in 1963, is finally here on video. This new version does not have the leading lady's presence, which makes the film a little uneven, but the fact that it is based on the original text and the actors have read and acted it in their own voices adds to its status. This version is a bit different, as the dialogue is more direct and is spoken in a different tone, but it is still a powerful piece of work, and one of the best of the modern era. As with the musical, there is not a lot of substance, but there is a lot of symbolism and emotional resonance to be found. The story of Macbeth is that he is a "wild beast", an extremely violent and evil king, who stalks women and children and tortures them, and in the end is challenged by his own actions. This version is more mature and violent, with a little more drama. While the acting is still great, in my opinion the supporting cast (including Richard Roxburgh) are more notable. Richard Roxburgh as Sir Gawain is an important figure in the story, and in the film he does a great job. A significant amount of the musical has been translated to the screen, and it is all good. The sets and costumes are also great. This version is great, and is worth seeing. The score is also great. But it is not a film for everyone, as there are certain elements of the story that could be more appropriately adapted. It is certainly an interesting version, and is worth seeing, but the film is not a masterpiece. The original text was so strong that it was able to carry the story of the entire play and the entire film. So the most you can say about the film is that it is a good version, but the original text was more powerful, so it should not be compared.
Sunday, 28 Jun 2020 02:16

This film, directed by Raffey Cassidy, is based on the novel of the same name by William Shakespeare. In the book, Macbeth (Liam Neeson) is one of the three Princes of Orange who seeks refuge in a castle owned by Lord Glenvarloch (Ray Winstone). However, he has the intention of capturing the castle in order to release his friend, Earl Marsh (Robert Carlyle). Lord Glenvarloch is the best swordsman in the kingdom and is willing to make the castle pay. He tells Macbeth to use his own sword against Lord Glenvarloch, if he is not killed. Meanwhile, King John (Bill Nighy) and his new queen, Elizabeth (Katherine Waterson), are growing impatient with their King, who is tired of ruling the kingdom and wants to be a farmer. With the help of Lady Clare (Dame Judi Dench), Lord Glenvarloch wants to seize the castle by force and puts all of the Princes under arrest. When they learn that Macbeth is the king's son, they are not sure if they can trust him or not. Macbeth becomes a prisoner in Lord Glenvarloch's castle and becomes a spy for the enemy. He tells his friend, Earl Marsh, to throw the Princess and King away in a different castle, but he is betrayed by Earl Marsh and Earl of Warwick (Richard Briers). Earl Warwick is the best swordsman in the kingdom and wants to be King. He says that he would kill the Princess, but the two lovers refuse. Macbeth returns to the castle and finds the Princess and the King in the castle's cellar. However, Earl Warwick is still alive and wants to take the castle with the help of Lady Clare. Macbeth learns of this and he is about to be betrayed by his friend Earl Warwick. However, he is saved by Lady Clare, Earl Warwick and Lady Odo (Amanda Bynes). Macbeth has to fight his way out of the castle. The film was very good. It is a drama with a political twist. The story is good, the acting is good, the music is good and the direction is good. I am surprised that this film is not higher on the IMDb's list. It deserves more attention. This film is not for everyone, but it is good for some people.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 23:03

Now here is a very young, immature and yet very capable actor, here I see a real potential of his career. What I have to say is that there are two aspects of this film, the first one is the music. For me the songs, as I have heard them, are very strong and make you feel like you are in the play. The second part of the film is the film itself. This film is not just a film. It is more a dramatic experience with some strong songs. The film was directed by James Marsh. He has a new talent, as I have always said. He also directed Hamlet in 2009. The music in this film is powerful and emotional, in fact I was in tears at the end of the film, when the singer of the opera called for the execution of Hamlet. The music is powerful, powerful and powerful. I really recommend this film, as I think it is a very good choice for young people. As I have said, it is a very strong film, however I think that the film could have been much stronger. The film is not very predictable, but in a way it is. I think that the music and the film could have been much better. I would give the film 7/10. To be honest, I have not seen it in theatres. I have seen it on VHS and DVD and I have to say that the film is very good. It is not as good as "Hamlet", but I would say that it is still very good. For me the film is worth to see and if you like this film I would recommend you to see it. I am going to see it again, because I think that it is good and I think that it is very strong film. Go and see it.

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