Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Playwright Tom Stoppard has scripted and directed this film version of his own highly successful stage comedy about two minor characters in Shakespeare's "Hamlet". Gary Oldman, Tim Roth and Richard Dreyfuss are a pleasure to watch.

Year: 1990
Genre: Art House Cinema, Film Festivals 1992
Country: USA
Director: Tom Stoppard
Starring: Gary Oldman, Tim Roth, Richard Dreyfuss, Iain Glen
Duration: 112 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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