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The film follows the exiled Prospera on a journey from vengeance to forgiveness as she reigns over a magical island, cares for her daughter Miranda Felicity Jonesand unleashes her powers against those who have wronged her.
She also gave a brief update on the status of the Broadway production of Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark, currently in previews. Check out what she had to say after the jump: What appealed to you about bringing The Tempest to the big screen?
I had directed this years ago. I think was my first Tempest off-Broadway, and it was my first Shakespeare to direct. I directed it almost three times — the third time was for a PBS behind-the-scenes special on the art of making theater — so I knew the play well.
This was low-budget for a film, but theater is even lower budget, or can be. You have to get the play on that basic level.
I felt that The Tempest, being one of his most supernatural, surreal and magical plays, has this tremendous balance between great human interaction and great roles for actors.
Look at how many wonderful actors I have in 10 roles. Not that this is, but there was room for another one.
So, after Titus, this was the Shakespeare I wanted to do. And then, wonderful producers helped us get it off the ground.
The play lent itself to that. Can you talk about developing the mother-daughter dynamic between Helen Mirren and Felicity Jones? Working it out well starts with hiring two people who can act those roles. Felicity is really a special, phenomenal young actress. And what we found in that reading was how beautifully it lent itself to that.
In fact, the dynamic between the mother-daughter is different than the father-daughter, but equal. That was the discovery. All I knew was that Helen could play Prospera and there would be no problem.
And Felicity was really running barefoot on that island.This vulgar error, no doubt, originated in mistaking the fleshy peduncle of the shell-fish for the neck of a goose, the shell for its head, and the tentacula for a tuft of feathers.
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