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For this excellent traditional presentation of Shakespeare's classic work, Olivier gives just the sort of performance we'd expect, he conveys Lear's spirit and the pathos of the situation in which he finds himself with clarity and insight into the character's personality. The costumes are wonderful, as are the sets, the most noteworthy of these being Stonehenge, which is the setting for both the first and final scenes. Very little of the text has been omitted and, with the possible exception of find out more...

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After the apparent death of her husband, King Arald, Karin takes her son Moki to live as peasants in hiding from Hagen, Arald's enemy. A mysterious knife-throwing Viking stranger, Rurik, begins acting as Karin's guardian. Eventually, of course, leading to a brutal showdown with bad man Hagen. find out more...

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In 907 AD, the Tang Dynasty is in tatters; infighting snarls the imperial family. Crown Prince Wu Luan loves Little Wan, but his father takes her as his Empress. Wu Luan goes into exile, studying dance and music. His uncle murders his father, taking throne and Empress; uncle sends assassins to kill Wu Luan. The Crown Prince eludes death and comes to court. The Emperor arranges for Little Wan's coronation and dispatches Wu Luan to a distant land; he then calls for a midnight banquet on the 100 find out more...


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China, Later Tang Dynasty, 10th Century and the Imperial palace is no place for the faint hearted, there is no member of the family who does not harbour at least one dark secret, most in constant fear that their deceit and betrayal will become apparent to the Emperor, a man as Machiavellian as any around him, who has recently returned, apparently to celebrate the Chong Yang Festival. Curse of the Golden Flower is another in the line of historical epics following in the footsteps of ‘Crouching find out more...