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Anne and Richard

Australia, 2005 (MIFF 2006, Fiction Shorts)

Director: Christine Rogers

Anne and Richard
Based on Shakespeare's RICHARD III, and set in present day Melbourne, Anne and Richard is stylish and intriguing, covering the big themes we expect from the bard's work: murder, betrayal, emotional turmoil and seduction.

D/S Christine Rogers P Clifford Hayes L English WS Clifford Hayes/Christine Rogers TD video/col/2005/14mins


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