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Macbeth (II) (1982)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama  -  9 November 2002 (Greece)
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György Cserhalmi ...
Erzsébet Kútvölgyi ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ferenc Bencze
Imre Csuja
János Derzsi
István Dégi
Pál Hetényi
Tamás Jordán
Attila Kaszás
Gyula Maár
Djoko Rosic
József Ruszt
Géza Rácz
Miklós Székely B.
János Ács
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The film is comprised of two uninterrupted shots, the first a 5-minute segment preceding the credits and the remainder a 67-minute segment shot largely in close-ups. See more »

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Incredible film-making, one five minute take, and one sixty two minute take...
11 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the most unique, fascinating films ever made from the Scottish play. The film was made for Hungarian TV, and it was shot on old fashioned, analog video. Yet Bela Tarr (one of the greatest filmmakers working today) made an incredible film. There are a mere 2 shots in the film. The pre-credits shot runs five minutes, the post credits shot runs 62 minutes. It's incredible that Tarr composed a 62 minute take, but that he does it so well, and you find yourself forgetting about the length of the shot, and are drawn into Tarr's world. Tarr is a master filmmaker, one of the greatest ever (certainly the best ever to emerge from Hungary), and this is one of his most fascinating films.

The film is available as a bonus feature on Facets's DVD of Satantango.


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