Monday, February 6, 2012

Shakespeare in Love on Blu-Ray Winners!

Shakespeare in Love. Dir. John Madden. Perf. Gwyneth Paltrow, Joseph Fiennes, Judi Dench, Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Tom Wilkinson. 1998. Blu-ray. Miramax Lionsgate, 2012.
Thanks to all who submitted their film ideas to our recent Shakespeare in Love on Blu-Ray Giveaway (for which, q.v.). We have our winners:
  • Christina S.

  • Reynaldo Makefoil

  • Fretful Porpentine
Congratulations to all our winners, and thanks again to all who submitted. And thanks, too, to Miramax Lionsgate and Click Communications, who provided the discs as prizes.

Please e-mail me your shipping address, winners, to claim your prizes. As soon as I receive your addresses, I'll forward them along to Click Communications—they will take care of the actual shipping. You can find my e-mail under the "Contact" section of my complete profile. Enjoy!

Links: The Film at IMDB.

Click below to purchase the film from amazon.com
(and to support Bardfilm as you do so).


1 comment:

Belgie said...

Thoroughly enjoyable acting combined with a witty and ironic telling of how Shakespear thought up his 'Romeo and Juliet' While William is in a writing slump Paltrow's character comes along and provides a spark to his muse, while their relationship is kept secret he uses his writing of the play to inflect upon his feelings.

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