Wednesday, August 27, 2008
When a high school threatens to cut drama from the curriculum, a teacher puts on a show to save the department. Unfortunately, the play involves Shakespeare and a Jesus who dances like Elvis. If that sounds politically incorrect, it is in the new comedy Hamlet Two. KPBS film critic Beth Accomando speaks with the film's star Steve Coogan about pushing the envelope in comedy.
Hamlet II opens today in select theaters. For more reviews as well as trailers and behind the scenes videos go to Beth Accomando's blog.