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A Midwinter's Tale
The Shooting Script
by Kenneth Branagh

Format: Paperback, 134 pages
Publisher: Newmarket Press
Pub. Date: April 1996
ISBN: 1557042748
Dimensions: 6.99 × 0.44 × 9.19 inches

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"It is the brilliance of the acting and the beauty and wit of Branagh's language and direction that bring this movie up in class...A Midwinter's Tale is an extremely well-scripted, surprisingly warm and exceedingly clever look at actors and acting from someone who's been there, done that and knows what he is talking about." óJohn Petrakis, The Chicago Tribune

Winner of the Orsella d'Oro at the 1995 Venice Film Festival, A Midwinter's Tale is a delightful romantic comedy that celebrates actors, acting, and their first love, the Theater. Trying to regain his self-esteem, an idealistic out-of-work actor assembles a troupe of six misfits and eccentrics to play the twenty-four roles in Hamlet. They will all eat, sleep, and work together for three weeks. What takes place next is a surprise for everyone.

This volume features the complete shooting script, an introduction by Kenneth Branagh, twenty-five photographs from the film, and cast and crew credits from the production.

Kenneth Branagh adapted highly acclaimed screen versions of Henry V and Much Ado About Nothing and has starred in Hamlet, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and As You Like It, among others. He is the director of seven films, including Dead Again, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, and the forthcoming Hamlet.

Product Details

Format: Paperback, 134 pages
Publisher: Newmarket Press
Pub. Date: April 1996
ISBN: 1557042748
Dimensions: 6.99 × 0.44 × 9.19 inches

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