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The Seagull (2001)

Director: Mike Nichols


Starring

Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Natalie Portman, Christopher Walken, Marcia Gay Harden, John Goodman, Debra Monk, Larry Pine, Stephen Spinella, ...

Summary:
Somewhere in the Russian country, about 1900. People fall in love, people drink, people shoot birds and even themselves. Medvedenko, a schoolteacher, is in love with Masha, the daughter of Shamrayev who is the Manager of Sorin's estate, where the play takes place. But Masha is in love with Konstantin, the son of Sorin's sister Arkadina, a celebrated actress. He is in love with Nina, an aspiring actess who lives across the lake near the estate. He suffers from the humiliation of his mother who is more interested in the writer Trigorin than in him. Trigorin himself is in love with the landscape since it offers him distraction from his manic desire to write. Eventually Arkadina spoils a play that Konstantin has set up with Nina in the main role. His yearning for a new form of theater alienates him from Nina who falls for Trigorin. She leaves Konstantin and moves to Moscow with Trigorin to become an actress. And then things go to hell.



The Diary of Anne Frank (1997)


Director: James Lapine

Starring:
George Hearn, Linda Lavin, Natalie Portman, Harris Yulin, Austin Pendleton, ...

Summary:
The Diary of Anne Frank was a dramatization of the book Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, the personal account of a teenage Jewish girl in hiding with her family in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. The diary, first published in the U.S. in 1952 and considered one of the most single important documents of World War II, has been translated into 55 languages and has captured the hearts of readers all over the world. It was first made into a play in 1955 by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Writer Wendy Kesselman incorporated new material from The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Edition, published in 1995 by Doubleday, which contains thirty percent more material than was released previously. Omitted from the original publication by Anne's father and by the first Dutch publisher, many of these passages deal with Anne's transition from a girl to a young woman, as well as her stormy relationship with her mother and sister. And then things go to hell.

 

 

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