Out Now Nights 24: Joel, Frances & Denzel Did A Macbeth

For this Out Now Nights, Aaron and Abe took the chance to explore the poetic language of Shakespeare through the lens of Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth. The two discuss this latest adaptation of the famous play, featuring Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand in the lead roles. There are plenty of thoughts on these two towering performers and what they bring to the material. Plus, lots of focus on the technical wizardry used to bring this version of the story to life, the impressive work by stage performer Kathryn Hunter as the Weird Sisters, thoughts on how this version stacks up to others, and more. Plenty to go over in such a detailed feature, so enjoy what this Nights (nights) episode has to offer.

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