Coriolanus Blu Ray

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The people of Rome are hungry - they cannot afford to eat. Riots are widespread. Their vitriol turns on Caius Martius (later to be Coriolanus), Rome's foremost general who despises the people.

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Released
04 June 2012
Directors
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Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
Lions Gate Home Entertainment 
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Runtime
123 minutes 
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Ralph Fiennes' directorial debut is an adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy about the tribulations of a banished hero. Transposing the action from ancient Rome to present-day Eastern Europe, the film tells the story of General Caius Martius Coriolanus (Fiennes) who returns home from war to find himself at odds with his countrymen who see him as a tyrant looking for fame and glory. When his ambitious mother, Volumnia (Vanessa Redgrave), tries to orchestrate formal recognition for her son, both the authorities and the people turn against Coriolanus and exile him. Allying himself with his former enemy, Aufidius (Gerald Butler), an embittered Coriolanus sets out for revenge against those who have wronged him.

Please note this is a region B Blu-Ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-Ray player in order to play. Ralph Fiennes' directorial debut CORIOLANUS scripted by John Logan updates one of Shakespeare's more difficult plays without sacrificing the Bard's original dialogue. Set in modern times the movie stars Fiennes as the title character a fierce General able to fight Rome's most dreaded enemies as well as quell civil unrest from a lack of food. When politicians convince Coriolanus to become a political leader his natural fierceness and lack of political instincts lead to him being disgraced by other politicians and eventually forced to leave Rome after being branded a traitor. He then joins with his former enemies to invade Rome and the only person who may be able to talk him out of this revenge plan is his mother (Vanessa Redgrave).