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William Shakespeare's Scottish play gets a highly stylized, moody and occasionally mystifying update, courtesy of Justin Kurzel, the Australian director responsible for the haunting "Snowtown".It is in this war-weary and grief-stricken state that Lady Macbeth convinces her husband to murder King Duncan (David Thewlis).Instead of affecting a Scottish lilt, Cotillard retains her native French accent, which proves effective in making the inimitable Lady Macbeth seem even more mysterious.In this way Kurzel has put his stamp on the canon of "Macbeth" film adaptations.Kurzel has a fearless eye and cinematic flair and his "Macbeth" is a bold, beguiling experiment that is perfectly fit for the now.Justin Kurzel's "Macbeth" is scheduled to open in Beirut cinemas this week.
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