Cinematiki Maui Will Launch Its 11th Season on Monday August 12, 2019 *** HAMLET *** DIRECTED BY Franco Zeffirelli *** INTERPRETED BY Mel Gibson, Glenn Close, Alan Bates

Cinematiki Maui will launch in a new format ” 6:35 @ 635 “


This refers to the time in which we’ll start; 6:35 PM and the address where it happens; 635 east kuiaha in haiku…
Please join us for the films without food or drink…
The films will be shown @ 7 PM…
The main objective of this cycle is to view films as a study group and we’ll be programming films on a specific subject…
Starting on Monday august 12, 2019 “Shakespeare on Film” will be the subject…
8/12/19: Hamlet, directed by Franco Zefirelli with Mel Gibson
8/19/19: Much ado about nothing, directed by Kenneth Branagh with Emma Thompson, Denzel Washington, Keanu Reeves, Michael Keaton…
8/26/19: Richard III directed by Lawrence Olivier with Lawrence Olivier and every top Shakespearean actor at the time…
9/2/19 : Ran directed by Akiro Kurosawa with a cast of thousands…
Before each film there will be a short introduction…
After each film there will a discussion conducted by Tom and JJ…
Parking directions will be posted…

Hamlet

HAMLET (MEL GIBSON), DIRECTED BY FRANCO ZEFFIRELLI, 1990. THE BEST OF THE MANY HAMLET FILMS.

Shakespeare’s tragedy about the young prince of Denmark who is plagued by indecision when he vows to avenge his father’s murder. Filmed on location around the UK, including Stonehaven in Scotland, the film boasts an impressive ensemble cast.

 

 

3 responses to “Cinematiki Maui Will Launch Its 11th Season on Monday August 12, 2019 *** HAMLET *** DIRECTED BY Franco Zeffirelli *** INTERPRETED BY Mel Gibson, Glenn Close, Alan Bates

  1. Carolyn Coudert

    Mahalo to Tom and JJ….and our dedicated film audience. Such a privilege to gather together to share our very individual perspectives/responses to important films! I appreciate the honest and spontaneous sharing of perceptions and always come away stimulated and wanting to know more. Since “Hamlet” is perhaps Shakespeare’s most-discussed play, there’s always room for more!!

  2. Aloha my dear friends,

    Very happy Cinematiki is returning. Sorry to start out with this dog. Mel Gibson, is just too old to be Hamlet. The Ethan Hawke one is closer to Hamletʻs ideal age (16 to 18 tops), but even he, is too old. Hamletʻs behavior can only be real and truthful in the person of an adolescent. Remember, he has been away at school. Adults in this role can never be believed except to say they must be crazy and crazy doesnʻt elicit sympathy, a key ingredient in cartharsis. Okay said my piece.

    A hui hou, Paul A hui hou, Paul

  3. Mahalo see you Monday Larry

    Sent from my iPhone

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