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Ophelia is a movie starring Daisy Ridley, Mia Quiney, and Calum O'Rourke. A re-imagining of Hamlet, told from Ophelia's perspective.

Genres
Drama, History, Thriller, Romance, War
Director
Claire McCarthy
Starring
Daisy Ridley, Mia Quiney, Calum O'Rourke, Nathaniel Parker

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Product details

Genres Drama, History, Thriller, Romance, War
Director Claire McCarthy
Writer Semi Chellas, Lisa Klein, Lisa Klein, Semi Chellas, William Shakespeare
Stars Daisy Ridley, Mia Quiney, Calum O'Rourke, Nathaniel Parker
Country UK, USA
Also Known As オフィーリア, Ofelija, Ofélia
Runtime 1 h 54 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A re-imagining of Hamlet, told from Ophelia's perspective.

Top reviews

Sunday, 27 Dec 2020 08:10

I saw this movie as a late night watch, and I must say I was impressed. I had read some of the reviews and was thinking maybe it would be a disappointment, but it was much better than I had expected. I was very much looking forward to this movie and it did not disappoint. I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical about having a film that was going to be a true representation of the time period in which it was based. However, I was pleasantly surprised. This film is not so much about the characters or the story, but more about the atmosphere and the setting. The cinematography was stunning and the editing was brilliant. The way that the camera would zoom in on the "Vault" and on the soldier, while he was in the "Vault", was absolutely beautiful. The acting was superb. I really thought that Jude Law and Tom Hardy were in for the best performances. Both of them delivered excellent performances. I would have loved to see more of Ben Whishaw. I would have liked to see more of Maxine Peake, but I think she did well. I loved the cinematography, and I loved the scenes that were shot in the war-torn parts of France. The most shocking thing to me was that the film did not show any of the massacres that took place in that area. I am so glad that the film did not show any of the atrocities that happened in that area. However, I am not sure if the film makers felt the same way. I think it was important that the audience know that it was happening in that area. I think it was a very important message for this movie. Overall, I think that this movie was very well done and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a film that is not a typical Hollywood blockbuster.
Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020 01:01

This film has all the ingredients of a classic "German-action" film: powerful performances, a chilling, unforgettable score, and lots of atmosphere. This is a film that grabs you, and never lets go. The film centers around an artist named Eberhard Pfeiffer (Mads Mikkelsen), a man who has created some of the most powerful works of art in the history of mankind. However, one day he sees that one of his creations has been stolen by a group of Nazis who want to destroy the art world. So, Eberhard must go back to the past to find the creator of the masterpiece. On his journey, he comes across some pretty cool characters, such as the young director of the Gestapo (Bruno Ganz) and a Russian commando who's like a younger version of the young hero of the legendary Star Wars trilogy, Luke Skywalker. Then there's the beautiful Eva Peron (Helena Bonham Carter) who is just the same as every other beautiful woman in Hollywood. What I liked about this movie was that it felt like a movie that was meant to be taken literally. The film was very realistic and never felt like a movie that was trying to make you laugh or cry. There are also some moments of great tension and suspense that are certainly worth the watch. The way the movie was filmed was very unique. You could definitely feel that it was filmed on location in Germany. And the music was very eerie and spooky. The plot was also very strong. And even though this is a very strong German movie, I think that the American version could be even stronger. I think that the acting is also very good. I loved the acting of Mads Mikkelsen and Bruno Ganz. They are both very impressive. Also, Helena Bonham Carter is also very convincing as Eva Peron. Overall, I think that this movie is very underrated, and that I would definitely recommend it to any fan of German film.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 04:09

I went to see this movie at the cinema with my family, all of whom are international tourists. The audience was split between the English-speaking audience and the non-English speaking audience. We went into the cinema expecting a snore-fest. The plot was straightforward enough, so we had no problem with it. The only problem we had was the absence of subtitles, which was a huge mistake. We therefore had to read the subtitles to understand the story. For those who have not seen the movie, this is a great choice. This is a real classic, for everyone who has an interest in the history of the 20th century. There are two things I would like to add. One, it is not possible to have a German film about World War II without having a German cast. The whole cast is great, and the main characters, which are given such great roles, are, if anything, somewhat over-the-top. Second, it is not possible to have a German-speaking movie about World War II without including a German-speaking cast. So what we have here is an amazing cast of three major actors, each of whom, for some reason, was not given enough credit. The three main actors are none other than Hans-Jurgen Nyqvist (Hans Zimmer), Steffi Graf (Sharon Stone) and Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck (Evelyn Weist). The last name might be unfamiliar to American audiences, but I would be surprised if the script writer did not know who Hans-Jurgen Nyqvist is. I have known of Hans-Jurgen Nyqvist since the 80's. The other two actors are wonderful as well, especially Stone. Steffi Graf was nominated for an Oscar for her performance. Overall, I would say this is a great film for anyone with an interest in the history of the 20th century. And if you haven't seen it yet, go see it now. It is a must-see.


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