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William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice
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William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice 2004

Antonio offers to go into debt for a loan so that his friend Bassanio can have enough money to impress Portia, a woman he wishes to court and marry. Antonio goes into debt to Shylock, a moneylender who demands a pound of his flesh if he cannot pay back the loan. (read more)

Release Date:December 29th, 2004
Directed By:
No image existsMichael Radford
Written By:
No image existsMichael Radford
No image existsWilliam Shakespeare
Al PacinoAl Pacino
Joseph FiennesJoseph Fiennes
No image existsZuleikha Robinson
No image existsLynn Collins
Charlie CoxCharlie Cox

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William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice Movie Review by Ms. V (2/21/2005)

Talk about no plot! I had never read this Shakespeare play, and I wish I had because nothing really made sense. It was difficult to understand the motivations of some of the characters. Al Pacino was not very convincing and had a terrible accent.

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William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice Movie Review by Nelson (1/29/2005)

"The Merchant of Venice" has always been one of Shakespeare's most difficult plays for modern audiences because of the cruelty exhibited by one of its main characters, Shylock, the Jewish moneylender who charges as his bond to the title character a pound of flesh. To many, Shylock is the embodiment of an anti-Semitic...

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