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Romeo & Juliet Revisited (2002)

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This is the story of what happens to the star-cross'd lovers after Shakespeare's famous play ends.

Director:

N. Barry Carver

Writer:

N. Barry Carver
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gilbert Glenn Brown ... Romeo (as Gilbert Brown)
Stephanie Denise Griffin ... Juliet
Ross Gottstein Ross Gottstein ... Friar Laurence
N. Barry Carver N. Barry Carver ... Prince
Darryl Sims Darryl Sims ... Lord Montague
Robyn Johanna Robyn Johanna ... Lady Montague
Drew Droege ... Benvolio
Eric Halasz Eric Halasz ... Lord Capulet
Tara Beth Conolly Tara Beth Conolly ... Lady Capulet
Corey Litwin Corey Litwin ... Gregory
Carolyn Wheat Koenig Carolyn Wheat Koenig ... Serving Wench
Nicholas Fee Nicholas Fee ... Lycosian Trooper #1
Cami Waldeck ... Lycosian Trooper #2
S. Elizabeth Tindal S. Elizabeth Tindal ... Lycosian General
Sterling Wolfe ... Lycosian SWAT Commander
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This is the story of what happens to the star-cross'd lovers after Shakespeare's famous play ends.

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You'll See 'Dead' People... ...Living Happily Ever After!

Genres:

Comedy | Family | Romance

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Official Sites:

N. Barry Carver

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 2002 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$22,500 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Romeo: I am the worlds most luckiest man. My life knows naught but joy. If ever one sat in fortune's eye, 'tis I. My wife is clever, beautiful Bold, wise and true - Fate smiled it's broadest smil yet The day I said, "I do".
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Like Elvis Shakespeare Might not Be Dead!
16 March 2002 | by MolinaroSee all my reviews

Alright, N. Barry Carver MIGHT not be The Bard Incarnate, but man o' man can this guy write...

and direct...

and produce...

and act!

"Romeo & Juliet Revisited," is an exceptionally witty and well made short film. Carver's action starts where Shakespeare left off, the closing scene of the "Romeo & Juliet."

Can the dead really live happily ever after? Can you find Shakespeare alive and well and writing short films in Hollywood, California? You'll have to see "Romeo and Juliet Revisited" for yourself and find out. I did and I know, but I won't tell...

though I will offer a hint... miracles can happen.


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