R | | Drama, Fantasy
Banished to a forsaken island, the Right Duke of Milan and Sorcerer Prospero gets the chance to take his revenge on the King of Naples with the assistance of his airy spirit-servant, Ariel.
This is a most unusual film version of Shakespeare's play "The Tempest", in that the witch Sycorax (famously 'this blue-eyed hag') is actually seen on-screen.
Prospero, the Right Duke of Milan:
Hast thou, spirit! Perform'd to point the tempest that I bade thee?
Ariel, an airy spirit: To every article. I boarded the King's ship... Now on the beak, now in the waist, the deck... In every cabin, i flam'd amazement.
Prospero, the Right Duke of Milan: My brave spirit!
Ariel, an airy spirit: Not a soul but felt a fever of the ...
Many Thanks To All Those Who Took An Interest and Especially... and All The Sailors Who Weathered The Storm.
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