Siberian Lady Macbeth
Siberian Lady Macbeth ★★★½ Fury Is a Woman; Sibirska Ledi Magbet 1961
A Polish version of Shakespeare's Macbeth which ranks with the greatest film translations of his work. In Czarist Russia the passionate wife of a plantation owner begins an affair with a farm hand, and poisons her fatherinlaw when he finds them out. As her madness grows, she plots the murder of the husband and other suspicious family members. In Serbian with English subtitles. 93m/B VHS, DVD . RU Olivera Markovic, Ljuba Tadic, Kapitalina Eric; D: Andrzej Wajda; W: Sveta Lukic; C: Aleksandar Sekulovic.
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