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Home Torrents Top torrents Upload a torrent FAQ Twitter Forum Chat Details for William Shakespeare - 37 - Hamlet - Beale & Stubbs Created by Ratio: 1.20wordcity Audio Books : Literary : Other quality : English “Words, words, words.” The Arkangel Hamlet with Russell Beale in the title role. In an interview he had this to say about his approach. “I went to it with very few ideas. I had a couple of negative ideas in my head. I wasn’t convinced by his madness and I also knew that I didn’t want to sexually assault my mother. What came out was not what I had expected. He came out very soft, very sweet, he was a sweet Prince. The role of Hamlet is very hospitable. It will take anything you throw at it. You get bitter Hamlets, you get revengeful Hamlets, arrogant Hamlets, witty Hamlets. He [Russell Beale’s Hamlet] was just so devastated by the unexpectedness of grief. He didn’t know what to do with himself. The moment he sees the Ghost he knows it’s suicide. He knows he will die. He sort of wants to really...” A notable performance even though I prefer David Tennant in the RSC production. Kindly seed. William Shakespeare - 11 - Hamlet - bbc 1999 William Shakespeare - 15 - Hamlet - Pickup, bbc 1971 William Shakespeare - 21 - Hamlet - John Gielgud 1948

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SCENE III. A room in the castle.

The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark Shakespeare homepage | Hamlet | Act 3, Scene 3 Previous scene | Next scene KING CLAUDIUS [Rising] My words fly up, my thoughts remain below: Words without thoughts never to heaven go. Exit