Epic images from the film version of A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935) by William Shakespeare - written 340 years before in 1595. As Hollywood runs out of stories to recycle perhaps they could revisit this one?

Jan 18, 2022 · 10:20 AM UTC

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They’ll probably add a car chase, few explosions and some blue/ green screen work to overcompensate for the ‘actors’ (lack of) ability in the craft
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"So quick bright things come to confusion." Dick Powell as Lysander
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Andy Serkis as a motion captured Bottom is something I’m genuinely surprised hasn’t happened yet.
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We recently watched the 1968 version, and it is very 1968. But also, what a cast:
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I must have a look
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Whoa, look at those body lines for the fairy sequences. *glances over at Wikipedia* Apparently Bronislava Nijinska was the choreographer!
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One of my favourite stories.
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