Shakespeare in Love | 'Romeo & Ethel' (HD) - Joseph Fiennes, Geoffrey Rush | MIRAMAX

Shakespeare in Love | 'Romeo & Ethel' (HD) – Joseph Fiennes, Geoffrey Rush | MIRAMAX

Will (Joseph Fiennes) struggles with the story and title for his yet-unwritten new play.

In this scene: Will Shakespeare (Joseph Fiennes), Philip Henslowe (Geoffrey Rush), Christopher Marlowe (Rupert Everett)

About Shakespeare in Love:
Young Will Shakespeare is the up and coming playwright of the time, but has been disastrously struck by the bane of the writer’s life – writer’s block. His comedy “Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate’s Daughter” isn’t going anywhere and the playhouse is under threat of closure. What Will needs is a muse, and she appears in the form of the beautiful and bethrothed Lady Viola. The path of true love does not run smooth for Will, but the joys and tragedy of his own life find their way onto the page in a moving, witty and spellbinding tale.

Starring, in alphabetical order: Ben Affleck, Judi Dench, Joseph Fiennes, Colin Firth, Gwyneth Paltrow, Geoffrey Rush, Tom Wilkinson

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Shakespeare in Love | ‘Romeo & Ethel’ (HD) – Joseph Fiennes, Geoffrey Rush | MIRAMAX

the special today is a pig's foot marinated in juniper berry vinegar served on a buckwheat pancake Will's been a beer finish yes nearly boy muscle up you will have a nice little part yes we drove for the Pirate King now your honor the Admirals men are out on tour I need actors who are no will have a chance to be no worry about the money mr. henslowe hello cost you a penny ah auditions in Harper oh well blaster I'll have a part for you but unless I hear you or drunkards drunkard never when I'm working give me the dream and bugger it straight up we'll give my friend a beaker of your best brandy kit how goes it will wonderful wonderful Burbage says you have a play I have and the chinks to show for it insist the beaker for mr. Marlowe I hear you have a new play for the curtain not new my Doctor Faustus I loved your early work is this the face that launched a thousand ships and burnt the topless towers of ilium Avenue were nearly finished and better the massacre at Paris good title hmm yours Romeo and Ethel the Pirates daughter yes I know I know what is the story well there's this pirate in truth I've not written a word Romeo Romeo is Italian always in and out of love yes that's good and clearly means Ethel do you think the daughter of his enemy the daughter of his enemy his best friend is killed in a duel by Ethel's brother or something his name is Mercutio o Cuccia good name well then waiting for you yes and coming good luck with yours kid I thought your play was for Burbidge this is a different one a different one you haven't written sin for my lips o trespass sweetly urged give me my sin again yes yes no quite right smooth let me then have my lips the sin that they have took sin from my lips o trespass sweetly urged give me my sin again you kiss by the book

  1. Kit Marlowe's famous last, and now lost, The Massacre at Paris, may have been the reason for his murder. This scene reflects the theory that Kit Marlowe secretly wrote Shakespeare's plays. Finally Kit was said to be gay, hence the choice of actor.

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