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Ophelia is a american film of genre Drama directed by Claire McCarthy with Daisy Ridley

Ophelia (2019)

Ophelia
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Length 1h54
Directed by
OriginUSA
Genres Drama,    Historical,    Romance
Rating66% 3.3088753.3088753.3088753.3088753.308875

Ophelia est un film américain réalisé par Claire McCarthy, sorti en 2018.

Il est présenté hors-compétition au Festival du film de Sundance 2018. C'est l’adaptation du roman du même nom de Lisa Klein, inspiré par l'Hamlet de Shakespeare.

Synopsis

L'amour interdit entre la suivante Ophelia, et le prince Hamlet.

Actors

Daisy Ridley

(Ophelia)
Naomi Watts

(Gertrude / Mechtild)
Clive Owen

(Claudius)
Tom Felton

(Laertes)
George MacKay

(Hamlet)
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