- Genre: Documentary
- Film running length: 76 min
(excl trailers and advertisements)
- UK Release Date: 2/11/2012
- Directed by: Anthony Fletcher and Rob Curry
- Country: United Kingdom
- Language: English
Mitchell Bonsra, Paris Campbell, Kieran Edwards
A euphoric blend of drama and documentary, 'Tempest' is both a celebration of contemporary urban youth culture, and a 21st Century re-imagining of Shakespeare's last great play.
17 young actors from South London struggle to put on a production. Their story unfolds alongside Prospero's as The Oval is transformed into Shakespeare's magical island and the outcast Duke conjures the spirits in the quest to regain his dukedom.
'Tempest' is a bold assertion for a film made on a shoestring budget that took nearly five years to complete. But in this year of national celebration 'Tempest' reveals the truths the mainstream media ignores, creating a vision of what it really means to be British in this Brave New World.
Contains infrequent strong language.
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