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Ophelia, IFC Films and Covert Media present ; a Bobker/Kruger Films and Forthcoming Films production ; in association with Bert Marcus Film ; produced by Daniel Bobker, Sarah Curtis, Ehren Kruger, Paul Hanson ; written by Semi Chellas ; directed by Claire McCarthy

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Ophelia, IFC Films and Covert Media present ; a Bobker/Kruger Films and Forthcoming Films production ; in association with Bert Marcus Film ; produced by Daniel Bobker, Sarah Curtis, Ehren Kruger, Paul Hanson ; written by Semi Chellas ; directed by Claire McCarthy
Language
eng
Characteristic
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Intended audience
MPAA rating: PG-13; for a scene of violence/bloody images, some sensuality, and thematic elements
Main title
Ophelia
Oclc number
1117716100
Responsibility statement
IFC Films and Covert Media present ; a Bobker/Kruger Films and Forthcoming Films production ; in association with Bert Marcus Film ; produced by Daniel Bobker, Sarah Curtis, Ehren Kruger, Paul Hanson ; written by Semi Chellas ; directed by Claire McCarthy
Runtime
106
Summary
The unspoken, complex heroine of Hamlet shares her own story through modern language in contemporary Denmark. As a rebellious and motherless child, Ophelia is taken into Elsinore Castle by Queen Gertrude as one of her most trusted ladies-in-waiting. Soon enough, Ophelia captures the affections of the young Prince Hamlet. A passionate romance kindles between the two in secret as the kingdom is on the brink of war amidst its own political intrigue and betrayal. When Hamlet's father is murdered and the prince's wits begin to unravel into an insatiable quest for vengeance, Ophelia sharply navigates the rules of power in Denmark all while struggling to choose between her true love and her own life
Target audience
adult
Technique
live action
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