CANCELED: The Tragedy of Macbeth
Director Joel Coen collaborates with Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand for a textually faithful adaptation of the Shakespeare classic that snaps to life on screen in stark black and white. Washington cements his status as one of America’s greatest living artists with a commanding performance as the man who would be king, and Coen, directing solo for the first time, utilizes set and sound design to create a uniquely cinematic interpretation. (Courtesy of A24 and Apple)
(2021, dir. Joel Coen, black & white, 105 min.)
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