Macbeth (1982 film)
Macbeth is a 1982 Hungarian television film directed by Béla Tarr. György Cserhalmi plays Macbeth while Erzsébet Kútvölgyi plays Lady Macbeth. The film is composed of only two shots: The first shot (before the main title) is five minutes long, the second 57 minutes long. It is considered to be a watershed in the filmmaker's artistic development. The film was among the examples of the director's work screened at the Museum of Modern Art during a retrospective in October 2001. The film has been screened during a retrospective held in honor of director Béla Tarr at the 33rd Moscow International Film Festival.
|Directed by||Béla Tarr|
|Screenplay by||Béla Tarr|
by William Shakespeare
|Music by||András Szabó|
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