Roman Polanski's acclaimed screen adaptation of Macbeth is recognised for the boldness and originality of its interpretation.
The screening of this film provides students with a valuable insight into the complexities of Shakespeare's tragedy, as well as an opportunity to consider the decisions made when staging or adapting this classic work.
The lecture focuses on language and themes, while also drawing attention to Polanski's distinctive and sometimes controversial 'reading' of the play.
Levels: Year 11 (VCE)
Study Areas: VCE English/ Literature, Units 1 and 2
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Student Lecture: $15 per student (min 30 students)
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