As members of the feuding Capulet and Montague families, Romeo and Juliet should be sworn enemies, but they fall deeply in love and marry in secret. This sets off a chain of events that culminate in tragedy.
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As members of the feuding Capulet and Montague families, Romeo and Juliet should be sworn enemies, but they fall deeply in love and marry in secret. That very day, disastrous circumstances lead Romeo to fight and kill Juliet's cousin Tybalt, setting off a chain of events that culminate in tragedy. Juliet takes a potion to avoid the love-match her parents have set up for her, and Romeo, believing she is dead, poisons himself. When she wakes from her deep sleep, Juliet finds the body of her love, and is so distraught that she stabs herself, joining him in death. Starring William Bracewell and Francesca Hayward with artists of The Royal Ballet, this is the story everyone knows, told in a language everyone understands, presented in a way never seen before.Written by
Breathtaking Film Adaptation of The Royal Ballet Production
The current generation of Royal Ballet dancers in the UK bring fresh life to Kenneth MacMillan's choreography for his ballet Romeo and Juliet (created in the 1960s), which has been filmed away from the confines of the stage. The leads William Bracewell as Romeo and Francesca Hayward as Juliet are outstanding. I cannot recommend this new, more realistic interpretation of the ballet more highly than by saying it is the perfect one to be seen in 2020. Congratulations to all involved in bringing this version to the screen.
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