“Your first experience can inform the way you feel about Shakespeare for the rest of your life.”
This unique feature-length documentary follows actors Giles Terera and Dan Poole as they travel the world to discover why people are afraid to tackle Shakespeare. Speaking to a whole host of luminaries including Sir Ian McKellen, Dame Judi Dench, and James Earl Jones, Terera and Poole reveal the best ways of approaching the Bard’s work as a performer, theatre-goer, director and student.
From Shakespeare’s Globe to Hollywood, their exciting road trip takes them to Denmark with Jude Law, Los Angeles with Baz Luhrmann, and a prison in Berlin to conquer their fear and dispel the myths surrounding the greatest playwright in the world.
Contains moderate language
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