The Rogue’s Guide to Shakespeare on Film #41: Omkara [Othello] (2006)
41. Omkara [Othello] (2006) With the exception of The Tempest, the plots of Shakespeare’s plays are not actually original to him. What is original is the exceptional psychological depth that he granted the characters in these plays, and the exquisite language with which he chiseled their psychologies into existence. So when artists adapt Shakespeare onto film,… Continue reading
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