Sir Laurence Olivier - As You Like It - HD Remastered - Restored Edition

EDUCATIONAL NETCASTS - [ Sir Laurence Olivier - Historical Series ]

William Shakespeare - As You Like It (1936 film) - Including subtitles - HD Remastered - Restored Edition

This is Olivier's first performance of Shakespeare on screen.

Duke Frederick FELIX AYLMER

The 1936 adaptation is the first time that a Shakespearean play was made into a sound film. It was directed in London by Paul Czinner, an Austrian Jew that fled his home country to avoid political persecution. The film stars his wife, Elizabeth Bergner, also an Austrian Jewish refugee. To the persecuted, the escape to the Forest of Arden does not simply represent, as Celia sees it, a place to spend time and relax so much as an escape to freedom. This view is reflected in the film created by refugees, and speaks to other refugees and exiles.

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