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The Tempest (IV) (2010)

 -  Drama  -  14 June 2012 (USA)
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The Canadian Screen Award nomination for this film was not determined by its theatrical premiere in Canada, which took place in 2010, but by its release on Canadian DVD, which took place in 2012 (as did its U.S. theatrical release). See more »


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Where The Bee Sucks
Music by Michael Roth
Lyrics by William Shakespeare
Sung by Julyana Soelistyo
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World Class Production - (obviously) - DVD could have been better.
3 December 2013 | by (Arizona) – See all my reviews

This - as a filmed live performance - (Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 2010 Production) - was - (obviously) - a world class production. The only comment that I have is - that - keeping in mind - that we are one people separated by a common language - (not to mention that the actors & actresses were speaking Middle English) - subtitles would have been extremely helpful. A live performance - in-and-of-itself - is wonderful

  • but - the sound was somewhat spotty. This production – is - however -
definitely worth the view - especially - complemented by the live audience – a – definite relief from canned laughter. For those of us too lazy to actually go to the theater - it is absolutely refreshing to see the ingenuity displayed by the cast and crew in creating a simple theatrical stage into various and varied visual displays – ranging from the deck of a boat in a tempest – to – an island. Christopher Plummer strides across the stage as if he owns it – as he does indeed – as – his character – Prospero owns his island.

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