Movie Review: All Is True
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You know you're watching a different kind of Shakespeare movie when it begins with the great man's London theatre, the Globe, burning down in 1613. A standard biopic might have ended there, or likely earlier. But Kenneth Branagh, the director and star of All Is True, uses that conflagration to launch a moving, minor-key account of the last three years of Shakespeare's life.

In the wake of the Globe fire (sparked by a malfunctioning prop cannon during the maiden performance of the Bard's new play...

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