The Rogue’s Guide to Shakespeare on Film #55: Falstaff: Chimes at Midnight (1965)
55. Orson Welles’s Falstaff: Chimes at Midnight [Henry IV Parts 1 & 2] (1965) One restraint of most Shakespeare film productions happens to be, alas and fuck, the budget. Often, actors, including the best actors, will willingly work for scale in service of the bard, but the cost of film and catering and the crew and… Continue reading
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