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Three Days (of Hamlet)

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Three Days (of Hamlet) is a documentary film by Alex Hyde-White that follows his effort to produce a staged reading of William Shakespeare's Hamlet at the Matrix Theatre in West Hollywood, California during three days in July 2010.[1] The cast includes Hyde-White (Hamlet), Richard Chamberlain (Polonius), Stefanie Powers (Gertrude), Tom Badal (Claudius), Peter Woodward (Laertes/Player King) and Joseph Culp (Himself)

The film builds on its main structure of on-stage happenings by juxtaposing stories from the players. Hyde-White weaves his own personal dramatic narrative about "Fathers and Sons" as he recalls stories from his childhood as the son of the well-known British actor Wilfrid Hyde-White. At times, particularly when the character of Hamlet experiences the visitations from his father's ghost, King Hamlet, the line of what is theatre and what is real life is purposely deconstructed, and what happens onstage is commented on offstage, to achieve a self-reflective dynamic.[2]

The film received generally negative reviews.[3][4][5]

References

Sources

  • "Three Days (of Hamlet): Fantasy Documentary". Richard Chamberlain. n.d. Retrieved 4 January 2018.
  • Jones, Keith (14 May 2014). "Three Days of Hamlet: A Documentary". Bardfilm. Retrieved 4 January 2018.
  • Nicholson, Amy (18 April 2013). "Review: Chaos, laughs as Hamlet is readied in 'Three Days'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 4 January 2018.
  • Patankar, Aalhad (22 April 2013). "Movie Review: Three Days (of Hamlet)". The Daily Bruin. Retrieved 4 January 2018.
  • Scheck, Frank (18 April 2013). "Three Days (of Hamlet): Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 4 January 2018.


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