“Both Shakespeareans and devotees of international cinema will be stimulated by Tarr’s unusual achievement,” says the Chicago Tribune. With a remarkable cast of Hungarian actors, Tarr stages Shakespeare’s timeless story of treachery and deceit on a minimal, torch-lit set heavy with fog and intrigue. Originally made for television, this version of the classic play marks a turning point in the filmmaker’s career. With just two takes, his camera follows the characters’ movements and interactions in real time. 1982, video, in Hungarian with English subtitles, 62 minutes.