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The classic Shakespearean comedy about mistaken identity and gender confusion is brought to the screen once again in this British production, courtesy of screenwriter-director Trevor Nunn. Nunn has transferred the time period to the Victorian Era of the late 19th century. Two twins, Viola (Imogen Stubbs) and Sebastian (Steven MacKintosh), are separated when their ship capsizes. Each believes that the other has drowned. Viola washes ashore on the coast of Illyria. She disguises herself as a man and assumes the name Cesario ...

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BrendanPinder

Oct 9, 2009

SHAKESPEARE'S MOST HILARIOUS COMEDY

This film is a flawless adaption of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, the story of mistaken identities, cross-dressing women, true love, revenge and humor. In my opinion, Twelfth Night is the FIRST must-see for anyone new to Shakespeare. It was certainly my first and still my favourite comedy to date! Exunt Malvolio.

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