Romance · Hiding out in an industrial wasteland from the murderous wrath of a regional ruler, a woman, disguised as a boy, gives wooing lessons to the edgy lad who proclaims he loves her. As You Like It () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Hiding out in an industrial wasteland from the murderous wrath of a regional ruler , a woman, disguised as a boy, gives wooing lessons to the edgy lad who proclaims he loves her.
HOME · Film · Reviews. October 6, AM PT. As You Like It. LONDON-- The Bard goes kitchen sink in Christine Edzard's "As You Like It," an updated version of the Shakespeare favorite that sacrifices sylvan whimsy for social edge. British low-budgeter, mostly shot on drab exteriors, will be limited to literary students. In Christine Edzard's modern-dress version of Shakespeare's comedy, the forest is an urban wasteland, the exiled Duke lords it over a group of down-and-outs, an . MPAA Ratings: Premiere Info: Release Date: , Production Date: Color/B&W: Distributions Co: Sound: Production Co: Sands Films tion Company, .. Production Company, Aim Productions tion Company, tion Company, n Theatrical Distributor, Walt Disney Studios Distribution.
As You Like It is a pastoral comedy by William Shakespeare believed to have been written in and first published in the First Folio in The play's first performance is uncertain, though a performance at Wilton House in has been suggested as a possibility. As You Like It follows its heroine Rosalind as she flees. The two feature films of As You Like It (Paul Czinner's in with Elisabeth Bergner, and Christine Edzard's in ) would seem to suggest that this comedy lends itself less easily to the medium than (say) Much Ado About Nothing or The Taming of the Shrew. What general and specific conclusions might we draw from the. Title, As You Like It. Year, Release Locations, UK. Director, Christine Edzard. Medium, Color video. Length, 1 hrs, 52 mins. Play Connections, As You Like It (interpretation). Media Collections. production still (1 artifact).