Adaptor-Director Richard Eyre has condensed Henry IV Part 1 and 2 into a gripping four hours of TV without losing any of the nuances. Shakespeare wrote more lines for Prince Hal than any other character. He grows and changes from the rebellious prince who spent his time drinking and whoring with London’s lowlifes into the […]
Home / Essays / Television Reviews / The Hollow Crown: ‘Henry IV Part 1’: Fathers and sons reign in Richard Eyre’s terrific film
Alex is the Editor-in-Chief of The Seventh Row, based in San Francisco and from Toronto, Canada.