A powerful rendering of the tragedy of Elektra by Euripides, second in a trilogy. The film begins with a summary treatment without dialogue of the action of the preceding play, The Agamemnon, in which the wicked Queen Clytemnestra and her lover Aesgisthes murder her husband Agamemnon upon his return from the Trojan War.
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Electra shows Clytemnestra a knife and then presents her own hair as if she has hacked it off. When she turns, her hair has been professionally and neatly trimmed very short. See more
This man used to be a master, now he is slave.
Followed by The Trojan Women