Lady Macbeth (2017) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
89 min
IMDB Rating:
7.2 / 10 
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Directors: William Oldroyd [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Rural England, 1865. Katherine is stifled by her loveless marriage to a bitter man twice her age, whose family are cold and unforgiving. When she embarks on a passionate affair with a young worker on her husband's estate, a force is unleashed inside her, so powerful that she will stop at nothing to get what she wants.


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One more for the collection

The figure of Lady Macbeth has been treated beforehand directly or indirectly on many occasions. 12 films about Macbeth and his inseparable Lady counted from 1908 to 2015, T. V. film adaptations, Plays, Ballet, Opera, etc. All those antecedents along with the BBC's seal seemed to guarantee the good result of this work. This Lady Macbeth is slightly inspired by the novel "Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District" by the Russian writer of the 19th century Nikolai Leskov, so slightly that along 89 min.they do not get a base or solid structure. In the argument. They appear, a husband and a wife, heirs, servants and lovers themselves, suddenly. as fast is their appearance as their disappearance, we do not know its origin, (they appear without more), to disappear (by hindrance) at the same speed. As to scenes of sex the movie meets the quota, it is remarkable the final gaze of the lady protagonist; it seems to indicate us; "Be careful, the next victim could be yourself." The movie in general is fine but it could have been achieved a better result with a longer duration, the title of the film is its best guarantee facing the box office but It only manages to be one more for the collection (and not the best one).
First of all, this ain't a movie for everyone, as I watched it with twofriends, two of us loved it and one didn't like it very much. I foundthis movie to be quiet interesting in someway, since we're living onthe feminist movement right now. The cast does its job and the leadcharacter was the top for me. Altho the movie is sometimes too quiet itgets you on a tense mood in which you want to follow and sometimes evengiggle in a guilty sadic way. According to a friend of mine thecharacters, mainly the lead one should be more explored. The plot is OKand the dialogues too but I think it saved too much for the ending.Overall, I think it's a solid 7 out of 10 and I recommend it to cinemafans.

Too Restrained for the Kind of Story It Tells

"Lady Macbeth" is like a Charlotte Bronte novel if the main heroine were a psychopath.

Florence Pugh plays a young woman saddled with a marriage and an estate that she did not choose for herself, who gets a taste of what it is to give in to her own passionate urges when she shacks up with a hunky stable boy and then decides that she will have a life with him no matter what or who she has to eliminate to make it happen.

"Lady Macbeth" sounds dark and juicy on paper, and it could have been a fabulously lurid spin on the Victorian Gothic template, but as treated here it's far too restrained to take advantage of the pulpy subject matter. The whole film, from the direction to the performances, really needed to go for it and not hold back. Instead, it's too quiet and slow by half, and though Pugh does an admirable job, one can't help but wonder how much more memorable a character she might have been able to create had she been allowed to really go off the rails. Maybe an odd and random thought, but the whole time I was watching this movie I was thinking what a younger Naomi Watts could have done with it.

Not a total misfire, but nowhere nearly as good as it could have been.

Grade: B
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