Much Ado About Nothing: A Screenplay

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Much Ado About Nothing: A Screenplay

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  • Title: Much Ado About Nothing: A Screenplay
  • Author: Kenneth Branagh
  • ISBN: 9780393035681
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Chris on said:

      This edition is the the tie-in for the Kenneth Branagh movie, so it is the movie script - some of the play has been cut. It includes photos of the shot, including the names of the horses the men rode.Much Ado is my favorite Shakespeare play and I could write a wonderful essay about it (I did in college after all). Kenneth Branagh, however, says it best in the introduction:"In short, the play presents a whole series of emotional and spiritual challenges that we - young, old, male, female - contin [...]

    2. Matt on said:

      I watched his movie version (ehhhnn) and I read this screenplay because I was playing Don John the bastard brother on stage back in high school.In case anyone's interested, Joss Whedon's version of it that just came out is excellent. Better than Branagh's, for sure.

    3. Lori on said:

      A gift from my husband. So much fun to read the screenplay and compare it to the finished product. Also great notes and pictures.

    4. Alan on said:

      Branagh's text, about 38% of Shakespeare's--not good; compare his Hamlet, which is almost all of Sh's text.It appears a delightful film, with well cast leads including Dogberry, and maybe even Keanu as Don John though he can be off-putting quite beyond his role. Many of the great lines in Sh. are Leonato's, and I think many of them B. cuts, though I cannot right now say which, ten years after teaching this. Leonato shows the same regret over his daughter as Capulet, Juliet's dad. Leonato on his [...]

    5. Ryutaro Hamada on said:

      1.OXEORD, Stage22.7/3; 90 minutes3.love, Italy, party, trouble, surprise, criminal, wedding4.What is the biggest party have you ever attended?- It is my aunt wedding party when I was six years old. It was great party!5.This story was made by Shakespare. He is very famous person but I did not know this story. I think there are too many characters in this story so I think this story is a little bit difficult for me. But many pictures in this book help me to enjoy reading. It was very interesting!

    6. Mary on said:

      Preparing for Josh's version, I saw Kenneth's version, it was great.

    7. Staci on said:

      A nice but not very deep look behind the scenes of the Brannagh film.

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