The Tempest

The Tempest

Director: Des McAnuff, Shelagh O'Brien Cast: Christopher Plummer, Dion Johnstone

DVD (Wide Screen)

Product Details

Release Date: 09/25/2012
UPC: 0741952716891
Original Release: 2010
Source: Ent. One Music
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 2:11:00

Special Features

Closed-Caption Q&A With Christopher Plummer And Director Des McAnuff

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Christopher Plummer Prospero
Dion Johnstone Caliban
Julyana Soelistyo Ariel
James Blendick Gonzalo
Bruce Dow Trinculo
Peter Hutt Alonso
Trish Lindström Miranda
Gareth Potter Ferdinand
Timothy Stickney Sebastian
John Vickery Antonio
Geraint Wyn Davies Stephano

Technical Credits
Des McAnuff Director
Shelagh O'Brien Director
Barry Avrich Producer
John Bailey Cinematographer
Robert Brill Set Decoration/Design
Peter McBoyle Sound/Sound Designer
Nicola Pantin Choreography
George Raulston Editor
Michael Roth Score Composer
Paul Tazewell Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Tempest
1. Chapter 1 [5:44]
2. Chapter 2 [11:16]
3. Chapter 3 [6:23]
4. Chapter 4 [4:21]
5. Chapter 5 [7:47]
6. Chapter 6 [8:04]
7. Chapter 7 [8:07]
8. Chapter 8 [4:09]
9. Chapter 9 [10:56]
10. Chapter 10 [6:03]
11. Chapter 11 [9:57]
12. Chapter 12 [6:54]
13. Chapter 13 [9:37]
14. Chapter 14 [12:33]
15. Chapter 15 [11:50]
16. Chapter 16 [7:44]

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The Tempest 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great example of one way in which Shakespeare is translated onto the screen, namely a filmed recording of a stage production. But this is one of the very best I've seen. For one thing, Des Mcanuff's wonderful staging is matched by his talented directing of the film version (televised version, really). Very strong performances in every role, including Christopher Plummer as Prospero. Most notable is the woman playing Ariel. The best I've seen on screen or on stage. Caliban, Trinculo, and Miranda are also wonderful. I'm going to add this to my course on Shakespeare on screen as a required viewing.