Film How has Kenneth Branagh interpreted Act 2 Scene 3 of Shakespeare?s Much Ado About Nothing?
Kenneth Branagh sets his film at the Villa Vignamaggio in the hills of Tuscany, where it is constantly sunny. The villa is in the middle of luscious green hills. Branagh has decided to set his version of Much ado about nothing in Italy, instead of where Shakespeare set his play, Spain. They are all dressed casually in peasant costumes--the ladies all in white, the gentleman in off-white and earth tones--to intensify this bucolic and innocent interpretation of the play. Branagh's characters are, happy, but their naïveté makes them vulnerable to deception.
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