Ophelia (I) (2018)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, History, Romance

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A re-imagining of Hamlet, told from Ophelia's perspective.




  • Tom Felton at an event for Ophelia (2018)
  • Daisy Ridley in Ophelia (2018)
  • Naomi Watts in Ophelia (2018)
  • Clive Owen in Ophelia (2018)
  • Daisy Ridley in Ophelia (2018)
  • Daisy Ridley in Ophelia (2018)

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10 May 2020 | CinemaSerf
| Cluttered mess of a film...
Now I have to start by saying that this is not a good film, but - it does try to introduce Shakespeare to a new audience who would not have seen, nor would sit through, Olivier, Branagh or McKellan in full tilt with the skull of poor old "Yorick", and for that goal alone, it ought to be given a chance. This version is told from the perspective of "Ophelia" (Daisy Ridley) following her exploits as she in taken under the wing of "Queen Gertude" (Naomi Watts) and of her ensuing passion for "Hamlet" (George MacKay) who has been usurped for his dead father's throne by his uncle "Claudius" (Clive Owen). The story has been very heavily adapted to facilitate the new narrative perspective and as such it loses a great deal of it's potency and nuance - Clive Owen and Tom Felton ("Laertes") are shockingly wooden; as is the normally engagingly absurd partnership of "Rosencrantz" (Noel Czuczor) & Guidenstern (Martin Angerbauer). It descends quickly into a rather melodramatic love story losing much of the tension, emotional power and tragedy leading to a seriously underwhelming conclusion.

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Release Date:

28 June 2019


English, Norwegian, Latin

Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Czech Republic

Box Office


$12,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$22,145 30 June 2019

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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