Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night

DVD - 2005
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Shipwrecked on an unfriendly Illyrian shore, Viola, believing her twin brother is dead, disguises herself in male attire and joins the retinue of the lovesick Duke Orsino.
Publisher: Chatsworth, CA : Distributed by Image Entertainment, [2005]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (133 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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d2013 Feb 26, 2014

Humorous and engaging. Quite a good comedy!

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NaomiYoshi
Jan 31, 2014

i love this movie! the only problem is that Viola disguised as Cesario and her brother Sebastian don't at all look the same except for the fact that they are both blonds with mustaches. also, how come Feste is so creepy looking

macabrescribe May 27, 2011

At first, it was a little confusing because the film assumes you know the story already. But after a while, you catch on and it becomes quite humorous. Helena Bonham Carter is great, as always.

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Keogh
Jan 25, 2010

Fun and engaging, with just the right casting and setting. The director does a tremendous job with the ins and outs of the story, each cast member is right for their roles, and there's the ideal chemistry between them. The film does great honour to the Bard, and I've always loved watching it.

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CarpReader
Jan 25, 2010

As a movie, it's quite entertaining. Note, however, that it does deviate from the original text a fair bit: some good lines are cut or moved around and some scenes are added in an (IMHO) unnecessary attempt to fill in the back-story of the twins. They even manage to work in a short gunfight! Overall, though, a pretty good production.

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