CZECH LOCATIONS, STAGES GIVE 'HAMLET' REIMAGINING 'OPHELIA' A MEDIEVAL LOOK

The recently wrapped film "Ophelia," a reimagining of "Hamlet" told from the perspective of one of its most ambivalent and least understood characters, gives its title character "more dimension and gravitas than she was afforded in Shakespeare's original story," says director Claire McCarthy. The feature — the first to be completed by indie production, finance... Read more »

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