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Stage Beauty

5 out of 10
Average rating 5 out of 10 based on 1 rating

Stage Beauty
Director: Richard Eyre
Main parts: Derek Hutchinson
Mark Letheren
Claire Danes
Billy Crudup
Tom Wilkinson
Ben Chaplin
Hugh Bonneville
Jack Kempton
Alice Eve
Fenella Woolgar
David Westhead
Nick Barber
Stephen Marcus
Richard Griffiths
Zoe Tapper
Production year: 2004
Genre: Drama
IMDB link: [LINK]
Tags:
1660s | Actor | Actress | Bisexual | England | Gay | Gender | King Charles II | King Lear | London | Mistress | Othello | Pillow | Romeo And Juliet | Shakespeare | Theatre | Transsexual

Plot outlinie:
A female theatre dresser creates a stir and sparks a revolution in seventeenth century London theatre by playing Desedmona in Othello. But what will become of the male actor she once worked for and eventually replaced?

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Movie reviews for Stage Beauty

2010-06-21  Niels Risgaard Hansen: 5 out of 10
Not my typical sort of movie, but nothing else was on the TV, and after a while it kind of grew on me - might be due to the fact that Claire Danes is quite pretty.
In a time where acting is only allowed by men, a talented young girl dresses up and steps onto the stage baffling the audience.
The plot is a classic English drama, and as always the ending is weak and a bit confusing. The actors does an acceptable job playing actors and actresses, but some of the extras are still quite lame, probably due to a failed attempt to inject humour into the story.

In general I liked it but it is not anything I would ever put on by myself. If you like Shakespeare, England in the 17th century or Claire Danes, you might enjoy some of it.




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