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Marco Antonio Y Cleopatra [DVD]

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Cuatro años después del asesinato de Julio César, Roma está regida por un triunvirato. Marco Antonio, Lépido y Octavio. Durante una campaña militar en el norte de África, Marco Antonio ha conocido a Cleopatra y se ha enamorado de ella, olvidándose de que su esposa, Fulvia, y su hermano Lucio han sido expulsados de Italia. Octavio no está de acuerdo con las relaciones que mantienen Marco Antonio y Cleopatra.

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not uncut and devastatingly cut for the Cleopatra character 22 de mayo de 2011
Por Yoshio the Caveman - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
First I must set the record straight: this is not the uncut version. On the cover of the DVD it is written 148 minutes, but the original was 2 hours and 42 minutes long - that is what Heston said on television then in 1972 in Japan. So, about 14 minutes short. Missing are as follows as far as I can remember clearly (I saw it 5 times then, being a great Heston fan):

Act I, sc i: Cleopatra's lines from "Nay, hear them, Antony" to "The messengers!" The perceptive viewers must have noticed that Antony was suddenly wearing a pearl necklace when he says "Let Rome in Tiber melt, ..." which was not there seconds earlier. It was wound by Cleopatra while speaking those lines.
Act I, sc iii, the leave-taking scene with Cleopatra (quite a big chunk)
Act I, sc v, Alexas's appearance "Sovereign of Egypt, hail!" etc.
Prelude to part 2 (I never heard this, but it is on the soundtrack album: 1 min 31 sec.)
Whoever was responsible for that, one must have thought nobody would notice but there are some still around who saw the film when the it was first released and even remember it well.

14 minutes may not sound much but the cut is devastating for the Cleopatra character, making her utterly uninteresting, particularly at her first appearance, and it makes the first one-thirds of the film so dull. One wonders why Antony didn't stick with Octavia and retain half the Roman world. Poor Hildegarde Neil whose better scenes were so callously cut! Surely it would take a greater actress than Neil to play this part convincingly. Heston himself was not terribly happy with her even while shooting but she was the "best girl available" to him (or affordable, perhaps). However, even though "the critics' wrath" was "concentrated on her", he did not think she was so bad. (From his journals, "Actor's life" 1978.)

Of course I've read all the plays of Shakespeare at least two times and some many times over including this one. The problem with me is that I don't much like it - particularly the portrayal of Cleopatra. I cannot imagine her to be the queen of one of the richest country of the ancient world, but merely a crafty woman in the art of love, and in the end what induced her to die was more the prospect of shame than the bereavement by Antony. Surely one cannot blame her or Shakespeare for that. Besides, the art of love was what she exercised as statecraft since the time with Julius Caesar. However, this is no place to discuss that. To be honest I prefer Mankiewicz's Cleopatra to Shakespeare's!

I thought this film would never come out on DVD, but it did after a long wait: 39 years since when I saw it in the local cinema. What a shame that it came out in such a poor presentation! The cut is unpardonable and but more disappointing is the sound: so much tape noise as one seldom hears on DVDs, certainly never from major studios. My ancient soundtrack album sounds much better, and in stereo as well.
Otherwise the film is better than I remembered. I was rather surprised that those lines could be spoken naturally. I thought then that Heston overplayed a bit, but now I see that he rather underplayed. The problem at least for me is that he is hardly convincing as Antony the Drunkard and Antony the Debauchee, although normally credible as a leader of men; in this case a blundering general finally deserted by his men. I leave the praise for the supporting players like Eric Porter, John Castle, etc. to other reviewers. It is ironic and sad that this should be released on the same day as the latest edition of The Ten Commandments that has received the maximum treatment. I would have gladly waited more for a better really uncut one in Blu-ray.

I would give 4 stars to this film were it not for the unpardonable cut.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas liked it more than i thought i would 10 de abril de 2011
Por Jane H. Otoole - Publicado en Amazon.com
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i've always been curious about this film, not on account of charlton heston, but for john castle, one of those actors who seem unable to give a poor performance and of whom i've been an admirer since the 1970's. and he's terrific here, really young and with dyed blonde hair, but still and quiet and commanding as always. it's an ambitious film and you must give heston credit for making a very earnest attempt at telling the story, and he's not at all bad as antony, quite imposing really---i recently saw "the fall of the roman empire" which was intended for him and sophia loren, but he passed on it, and he is really what's missing from that excellant film, a great big star at it's center. too bad he didn't have it's budget for "antony and cleopatra". and a word too about the great eric porter (who was also in "fall of the roman empire", now i come to think about it!) what a pleasure to be in the hands of so skilled an actor, never a false moment, so commanding even when he isn't speaking, when he's holding heston's helmet and just listening. he and john castle make this film worth owning.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Love this adaptation!!!! 14 de diciembre de 2015
Por Leo Hott - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I am a huge fan of William Shakespeare & love his "Historical story's". In truth I picked this up as a companion piece for Bernard Shaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra" which I feel is rather "Shakespearian" in it's own right. While I picked up " Julius Caesar" starring Marlon Brando because critics claimed it was the best movie adaptation I plan on picking up Charlton Heston's version for continuity, so all 3 films will be in color. Plus it will be interesting to see & compare the performances. Basically I can't have to much Shakespeare in my D.V.D. collection.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 31 de marzo de 2017
Por Katherine Hollis - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Love these old movies!!
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Grand Epic from another Era 4 de septiembre de 2016
Por S. Kelly - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Certainly a grand epic with lots of majesty that shows the big personalities of another era. The film has plenty of skin and depicts the orgies clearly with out being X-rated. This is not kids' fare, but an authentic seeming show that succeeds in showing the ancient world through Shakespeare's eyes. His dialog is well performed.

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