"...Kenneth Branagh gives the finest performance of hiscareer as Hamlet. This actor's greatest strength has always beenhis manifest humanity, his dogged decency. He lets you into hischaracter's mind with a complete absence of guile and showy flamboyanceand at almost every stage you feel you know exactly what he isthinking and what he is feeling. As a result many of the play'sdifficulties seem to be resolved.
The film version of Hamlet featuring Kenneth Branagh is a more successful production of Shakespeare’s play of Act IV according to its setting, editing choices and character portrayal....
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"The soliloquys have a conversational clarity, and thereis never any doubt that his "madness" is feigned. Branaghbeautifully captures sudden moments of soul-sick sadness, butthere is a wonderful warmth and humour here, as well as shaftsof cruelty, sardonic wit and emotional violence. Yet even in hisdarkest moments this Hamlet never forfeits the audience's sympathy.
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It opens with Shakespeare’s timeless tragicomedy of obsession and redemption, The Winter’s Tale, reimagined in a new production co-directed by Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh. Judi Dench will play Paulina, Kenneth Branagh will play Leontes.
Much Ado About Nothing (1993) - IMDb
In a year of unmissable drama the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company will stage The Winter’s Tale, Harlequinade, The Painkiller, Romeo & Juliet and The Entertainer. The season starts this October.
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Starks in "Making Mother Matter: Repression, Revision, and the Stakes of 'Reading Psychoanalysis Into’ Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet," comment on the contamination of the queen in Shakespeare’s Hamlet: Hamlet, a play that centres on the crisis of the masculine subject and its "radical confrontation with the sexualized maternal body," foregrounds male anxiety about mothers, female sexuality, and hence, sexuality itself....
Much Ado About Nothing (1993) – IMDb
Kenneth Branaugh may have had the script of William Shakespeare's Hamlet spoken down to every last thee and thou, but one must remember that this is Hamlet through Branaugh's eyes, not Shakespeare's.
Rental Pick: Kenneth Branagh’s HAMLET (1996) On August 24, 2011 December 10, 2013 By ruth In Flix Reviews It took me 3 days but I finally finished the 4-hour long Shakespeare adaptation by Kenneth Branagh.
Lying about on the slopes of grass are the humble townsfolk basking in the sunshine as a soft voice introduces; “Sigh no more ladies, sigh no more.” This dreamlike setting is the opening scene of the major motion picture Much Ado About Nothing as envisioned by film director Kenneth Branagh.