After the death of his father, the weirdo Yvan Lesurf (André Jocelyn) believes his mother Claudia Lesurf (Alida Valli) and his uncle Adrien Lesurf (Claude Cerval) have poisoned him since they got married to each other. Completely disturbed and insane, the cruel Yvan decides to make a film based on Shakespeare's Hamlet to expose the wealthy Claudia and Adrien to their friends in their community. He also calls his sweetheart Lucie (Juliette Mayniel) Ophélia in a tragedy foretold. "Ophélia" is a minor film by Claude Chabrol inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet. The plot is weird, with subplots that go nowhere such as the factory strike, and not well developed. There are also strange characters, such as the mentally handicapped security guard and the joyful gravedigger. My vote is five. Title (Brazil): "Ophélia"
After the death of his father, the weirdo Yvan Lesurf believes his mother Claudia Lesurf and his uncle Adrien Lesurf have poisoned him since they got married to each other. Completely ...
March 21, 2020