danny boyle brings frankenstein to london stage
Fans of Danny Boyle\'s films \"Slumdog Millionaire\" and \"127 Hours\" won\'t be surprised to learn that he\'s back on stage, directed at the National Theater, a new Mary-based drama Shelley\'s Frankenstein perfectly combines intimate drama with spectacular imagery.
BBC reporter Benedict Cumberbatch
The new Sherlock series and Lee Miller (“Eli Stone”)
Acting as a creature in the game of Victor Frankenstein and the first minute of attention, on alternate nights, never let go.
Cumberbatch has an advantage in both characters, conveying some sort of madness beyond Miller through expressions and sounds.
But both performances are worth a visit.
There are hours of shock and surprise shows, some pretty big moments of fear and very gentle.
The play will be played in cinemas around the United States. K.
March 17 and 24 will also be available in other countries including the United States and Canada, although dates may vary.
Boyle is not involved in the screen version handled by the National Theater.
The stage performance is so inventive and energetic that it should leave a deep impression on the screen, and the performance of the two main actors is so precise and eye-catching that they can only come through close-up performancesups.
The country\'s huge Olivier stage is hung by two huge rectangular panels, and at the moment when the creature appears from what he thought was a sewage pool, countless lightning-like light bones are broken
For playwright Nick Dade, who works in Shelley\'s book and creates a person with feelings that he can quickly absorb information, the story is really a story of innocence and depravity.
In the beginning, the high and wide pulse fabric tied to the wooden frame turned into a uterus --
Like it reveals a man-
Like some nameless things that Darwin might find, it falls to the ground and to the large newborn with flaps.
Fully bare creatures struggle to stretch and stand for more than 10 minutes;
Get movement control of the limbs and how to walk and run.
In his discovery, he was delighted to embrace the warm sunshine and the cool rain, as well as the simple pleasures of grass and soaring birds.
But soon his creator abandoned him and strangers greeted him with terror and beating.
Wandering, he found an old man, Delixi (Karl Johnson)
He is a blind and generous man, full of literature, philosophy and common sense in his mind.
This is over again, the lonely creature goes to find his creator and asks him to make him a female partner.
Frankenstein is a self.
An important scientist, who thought he was a genius, was so obsessed with being the first to create another person that he ignored his lovely bride --to-be, Elizabeth (Naomie Harris)
He just wants to give him a baby.
When the creature found him, Frankenstein agreed to travel to a distant Scottish island, where he would be a perfect man, but he was quick when his genius flowed, the two were caught in the fate of pestering them forever.
Set designer Mark Tildesley uses simple wood and grass tracks in open scenes, raising the entire room and building from the basement of the rotating stage, and others drop from the raf Sub.
Boyle launched a full-like in the early days-
Large locomotives with huge wheels spewing flames and sparks suggest that the background of the story is industrial unrest.
It leaves a bitter taste in the air, supporting a Lost creator and a tragedy of a creature who is not sure why he is here, and what he should do, but by someone who knows exactly what he\'s doing.