“I was looking from these very quiet, almost modest, beginnings to build a man whose appetite for mayhem and slaughter grew in front of your eyes.”
Sir Patrick Stewart explores his role as Macbeth in Rupert Goold’s dark and bloody film adaptation of the Scottish Play.
Stewart delves into his process for bringing Macbeth to life, analysing his character development from soldier to tyrant through Shakespeare’s language and his relationship to Lady Macbeth. He also elaborates on the experience of filming the production a year after touring the stage show around the world.
*Contains mild violence
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