fuelled by a seductive and sultry jazz score performed live on stage with double bass, piano, trumpet, percussion and song, this funny and playful production promises a visually provocative and very sexy show that will offer an eye-opening and original view on Shakespeare's famous work.
The film was shot, atmospherically
in black-and-white, at Carnforth in Lancashire, where the filmmakers could escape the London blackout even though the war was not yet over.
at least we seem set for a remarkable evening - particularly as Christopher Morley's splendid set is brought back into action.
These early scenes, atmospherically
scored with breathy, jazzlike music, and with Berlin lensed in cold, bleached colors, make an intriguing start.
And the subject of this lavish theatrical spectacle, atmospherically
designed by William Dudley?
Handsomely produced pic makes effective use of the wintry coastal locations and heavy, cloud-laden skies, atmospherically
captured in Caroline Champetier's widescreen lensing.
The auction will feature cocktails, entertainment and an opportunity to see a historic building which is in the process of renovation atmospherically
lit by candlelight.
In his verdict, coroner Donald Coverdale said the tyre had deflated because of the "atmospherically
hostile environment", but also said the coach did not have seatbelts fitted and the desert highway had no crash barrier.
Hans Fels' camera atmospherically
captures the shadowy decadence of Barcelona's old quarter, where the club and most of the performers' homes are located.
The parade route was atmospherically
lit by light from the buildings on either side of the canal, and included features such as a 30ft high illuminated lighthouse complete with rotating beam, searchlights, chromaspheres and space flowers.
, pic is spot on, creating out of Madrid's dreary suburbs a rain-slicked, claustrophobic noir environment that approaches the dreamlike.
Wordless vocalists Rachel Nicholls and Jeremy Huw Williams probably sounded more atmospherically
distant in the live Radio 3 broadcast than here.
Although the streets are atmospherically
empty at night, Jim does have a number of like-minded buddies around him; qualifications for group membership are chain smoking, the ability to drink round the clock, lack of regular employment or relationships, and an evident distaste for anything -- artistic or mechanical -- made after about 1957.
But here he has the wondrous soprano Carolyn Sampson as collaborator, her intimate tones closely recorded and atmospherically
Like most fantasy dives into the mystic, "Pi" can, in the end, hope only to render itself so atmospherically
persuasive that willful obscurity becomes compelling.