tired damien chazelle stan. writer at discussingfilm.
The history of theater being translated onto the big screen is long and storied, featuring many highs and many lows. Turns out there’s usually a reason why these narratives were written for the stage, an artistic medium very different from cinema despite some shared similarities.
But with The Tragedy of Macbeth, Joel Coen (in his first directorial outing without brother Ethan Coen) and his army of talented cast and crew have shattered that divide, managing to blend the screen and…