- SKU: 11024795
- Release Date: 04/10/2000
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- Three short films by Derek Jarman: "A Journey to Avebury" (1971), "Garden of Luxor" (1972), and "Art of Mirrors" (1973)
- Text of the original theatrical press kit for "The Tempest"
Filmed in 1979 and released publicly one year later, The Tempest is an abstract 16-millimeter feature film based loosely on the "magical" Shakespeare play. Director/writer Derek Jarman also throws in a few Shakespearean sonnets when the spirit moves him. Essentially, Jarman uses the material as the basis for a homosexual metaphor, most notably in the Prospero/Caliban relationship. He would further elaborate this concept in his next film, The Angelic Conversation. Jarman's The Tempest by its very nature speaks to a small, specialized audience. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Heathcote Williams - Prospero
- Karl Johnson - Ariel
- Jack Birkett - Caliban
- David Meyer - Ferdinand
- Elisabeth Welch - Goddess