From Robert Cushman of the National Post:
- Heavy on tragedy, light on the Bard: Shakespeare has nothing on this Othello
“CBC’s adaptation of Othello, The Tragedy of the Moor, is handsome, intelligent and — inevitably — limited. Some of the limitations are literal; a lot of the Shakespearean text is gone, including nearly all the long speeches.” Read more.
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