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  • Acteurs : Kenneth Branagh, Allesandro Nivola
  • Réalisateurs : Kenneth Branagh
  • Format : PAL, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Sous-titres pour sourds et malentendants : Anglais
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.77:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Twentieth Century Fox
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 11 septembre 2000
  • Durée : 93 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B00004W4GV
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The classic Shakespeare story interspersed with musical numbers from the 1930s.

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Par lolo le 8 avril 2016
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Une adaptation intéressante de la pièce de Shakespeare et assez fidèle au texte. Dommage qu'après seulement 4 diffusions le DVD ne marche plus.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I loved it! 2 mai 2014
Par Gpwil3847 - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I did not know what to make of this movie. First rate casting, beautiful colorful cinematography. A Shakespeare farce or comedy brought into collision with the silly and wonderful musicals of the thirties it has to be the most creative movie I have ever seen! It had me smiling and laughing all the way through, the music was performed just as it would have been in the thirties from Esther Waters synchronized swimmers in period gold bathing suits and caps, to Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers with beautiful dresses and Tuxedos! Light comedy and gags. Even summaries given in period newsreel format. Turn on the captioning so you do not miss the fast paced lines of Shakespeare, and to see the lyrics too. Some could criticize editing of the original Script but the production it made for a modern audience. I found it to be one of the most creative and entertaining movies I have ever seen. What do critics know? They have their opinion, and not all the reviews were bad. Judge this film by how you feel watching it it distracts you with surprises, delights you with smiles and laughter, soon you forget all your troubles and are feeling wonderful all through it. I have watched it several times, a friend of ours wrote the title down to order it for herself, My 19 year old liked it too he is interested in music. It is clean nonviolent pure entertainment. Try it and see!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ridiculously enjoyable! 21 septembre 2013
Par William Simkiss - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
One of the best movies of Shakepeare I have ever seen!

Some moments of comedy, and how they are staged, left us howling with laughter, literally belly-laughing. Enough so to make our children come running, asking if we were alright! The cast is delightful, even if some can't handle the dialoigue quite professionally. The trick is, Branagh has decided that this would make a good 1930's Musical. !!! So he adds songs and dances! Using song by Cole Porter and Irving Berlin, beautifully chosen to highlight the text and bring it out.

The cast is marvelous! Richard Briers is his classic self, Timothy Spall has a comic tour de force as Armando, and Geraldine McEwan is delightful! But Nathan Lane about steals the show! You've never seen him this good!

Branagh has that marvelous ability to make sure his actors bring out the text perfectly, as if we were all used to hearing this language of Shakespeare's, though it's 400 years old! You are absolutely clear as to hwat's being said, what's happening, at all times. A rare gift indeed! And for comedy, indispensible.

Then the ending. Oh my! The end of the play by Shakespeare is unusual - and brief! There is a sequel mentioned in history, but we don't have it. So Branagh, by setting it in the 1930's, gives us an ending which is beautiful, heart breakingly lovely and splendid - it brings me to tears every time! WIthout a word of extra text, just gorgeous music by Patrick Doyle it continues the storyline in a very unique way, and it is moving beyond compare.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant! 14 septembre 2013
Par Emily Dickinson "DCC" - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Kenneth Branagh is arguably the foremost Shakespearean actor of this age, and his Shakespeare Film Company is doing a remarkable job of bringing the Bard to the masses. In the case of this production, he has taken a very non-traditional approach to the material (which may be unpapupar with "purists") and, in turning it into a musical - using some of the great music of the 30's and 40's - has made this comedy extremely accessible and entertaining for even non-Shakespeare enthusiasts. The concept might be considered 'risky,' but the outcome is pure delight!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Valiant Labours, Nearly Lost 7 août 2011
Par Eric D. Overton - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I read both good and bad reviews of this work before saying, "Oh, what the heck... It's Branagh doing Shakespeare... Take a chance..."

It's not quite up to the 5-star quality of _Henry V_. But that was a tour de force that'd be hard to repeat. If there were a place for 3 1/2 stars, I'd probably give it that, but I'll let the fourth one slide by on benefit of doubt.

The high points? A novel idea, to be sure. Reasonably good choreography given that none of the stars is really cut out for dancing. And again, a good edit of the original work on Branagh's part.

The lows? It was about one musical number too long. I'm not sure which I'd have cut, but I'd have let one of them go. I might not be saying that had anybody had a voice powerful enough to carry the tunes. But when you know them all and you've heard them done by Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, etc., nothing done by actors who are actors first and singers second is likely to stand up.

The acting? Again, Branagh is superb. On her looks alone Natascha McElhone could read the phone book and I'd be at rapt attention, so it was all the more pleasant to find out that she actually could carry Shakespeare. But Alessandro Nivola's performance was touch-and-go, and Alicia Silverstone struck me as being a little out of her depth. Not as far out as Keanu Reeves was in _Much Ado_, which I'd drop from five stars to four on the basis of that casting blunder alone. But as far as having a uniformly solid cast of the kind in _Henry V_, this production came up a little short. If I could have swapped Brain Blessed and Derek Jacobi into this production in a role here or there, I'd have done it.

Was it worth the $7 I paid for a used DVD? Well, considering the trash that regularly goes for $8 a seat at the local Cineplex, the answer would have to be an emphatic yes. Even 3 1/2 star Shakespeare is better than five star _The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas_ (if there is such a thing).

I'd say buy it, try it, and don't feel guilty if you hit the fast forward button through one or two of the musical numbers. If I watch it again, I almost certainly will.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Enchanting Production 1 janvier 2010
Par Wilum Hopfrog Pugmire, Esq. - Publié sur
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This production was my introduction to this early play by William Shakespeare. I think my first impression was that it was a production filled with light -- everything seems very bright and beautiful. The acting and production is superb, especially the comedy. This is, indeed, one of Shakespeare's happiest comedies, until the dark climax intrudes. As with most (and I think all) of these productions, dress is of the historical period. This early play is infused with poetry, and yet the players of this superb production speak the lines, for the most part, naturally, bringing out their meaning despite the archaic language. It is interesting to see, even at such an early date, Shakespeare makes each of his characters unique, a soul unto itself; and, too, that he was such a thorough playwright, self-assured and full of unique talent. The characters in this play, even the fantasticks, are fascinating and believable. Mike Gwilym (whose PERICLES in this series is an outstanding performance) is excellent in the role of Berowne. David Warner is quite amusing as Don Armado. Moth, perhaps a role that was originally played by a child actor, is portrayed here by the delightful John Kane, and his comic genius is as subtle as it is effective. Paul Jesson's performance as Costard seems exactly right, amusing and down to earth. The fantasticks of language are well-represented with John Wells especially fine as Holofernes. Maureen Lipman's Princes of France is intelligent, witty, sexy and charming. The play is, indeed, rather risque, and the sexual frolic of the lines is handled with expertise. Sets are simple. Again, one of the effects of this production is that it seems full of light -- as opposed to MACBETH, which seems almost a paean to darkness. I love this production and have watched my old video recording of it numerous times. It's lovely to have it on disc. The quality is very good, the program being digitally remastered, the picture and sound enhanced. There is a downloadable script of the play but I have yet to figure out how to do it--I am, alas, rather computer clueless. The one thing about these BBC television productions of Shakespeare is that they are usually so well done that every live performance that I have seen of the plays here in Seattle rather suffers by comparison. It was once my fantasy to see all of Shakespeare Live--but I find that the experience of these BBC productions is so fine that they cannot be improved upon.
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