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Lady Macbeth

DIRECTOR William OLDROYD World Cinemascape: Spectrum구분없음
Nation UK 201689minDCPcolor Fiction
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Overview

In this adaptation of Nikolai Leskov´s novella 『Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk』 a 19th century young bride is sold into marriage to a middle-aged man.

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
318 2017. 04. 30 13:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
EK15
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641 2017. 05. 03 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 3
EK15
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936 2017. 05. 06 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 4DX
EK15
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  • Review

    Nikolai Leskov’s novel Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk?more known for Shostakovich’s opera, this piece is about of a young bride who was sold to a middle aged men for marriage and her dramatic desire during the absence of her husband. Driven by her strong desire, even the film portrays the way Lady Macbeth oppresses men; however, all her energy is taken away by the patriarchal reality and she goes after to gain that back. Her femme fatale style in order to survive by lying and committing crime goes beyond the expectation of era and moves the audience. More than anything, director William Oldroyd focuses on female image aligned with Lady Macbeth’s actions and decisions. Florence Pugh’s acting the role of Lady Macbeth is also something that cannot be missed. [Lee Sang-yong]

  • Credit

    Director William OLDROYD
    Screenplay Alice BIRCH
    Producer Fodhla Cronin O’REILLY
    Cinematography Ari WEGNER
    Art Director Thalia ECCLESTONE
    Editor Nick EMERSON
    Music Dan JONES
    Sound Ben BAIRD
    Cast Shaheen BAIG

Director

William OLDROYD

Born in London, he studied directing at RADA in Residence at the Young Vic Theatre. His first short film, Christ’s Dog(2011) was written by Howard Barker and nominated for Best Short Film at the Hamburg International Independent Film Festival. His second short film, Best, written by Adam Brace, won the Sundance London Short Film competition and subsequently screened at Sundance, Park City. Lady Macbeth is his debut feature film.