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National Theatre Live: All's Well That Ends Well (2009)

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Violenta
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Gentleman Astringer
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King of France
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Diana
Robert Hastie ...
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The Widow
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Countess of Rosillion
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Tony Jayawardena ...
2nd Lord Dumaine
Sioned Jones ...
Mariana
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1st Lord Dumaine
Michael Mears ...
Rynaldo
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This is a stage play, filmed and broadcast live to cinemas across the UK on 1st October 2009. The 'film' was then screened worldwide 'as live' in hundreds more cinemas as part of the National Theatre's NT Live project which aims to do the same for many of theatre's productions. The scheme debuted in July 2009 with National Theatre Live: Phèdre (2009). See more »

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