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Macbeth

25 minutes 48 seconds

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Part of the "Shakespeare: The Animated Tales" series. The all-enveloping evil of Shakespeare's bloodiest work is captured with arresting and graphic intensity by powerful cel animation. Awash with murder, madness, and dark forces, it is easy to understand how superstition can cause people, especially literature experts and thespians, to give Macbeth an unusual respect. NOTE: Frontal nudity on one of the male fairy foretellers.

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Runtime: 25 minutes 48 seconds

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    Anonymous (LITTLE ROCK, AR)
    September 14th, 2015 at 09:29 AM

    Great presentation of the play. The students loved it and understood the basic elements of the plot as well as theme and other aspects.