Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead

Tom Stoppard
status Lost
genre Performance Arts » Theater and Stageplays
publisher Grove Press
publish date 1967
popularity checked out 0 time(s)


  • By Jacob Samuelson -

    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is a very hard film to understand, let alone enjoy. And if any viewer here was disgusted and appalled I understand completely. But I really must commend this film for it’s inexorable message of madness begetting madness and trying to find something that has never even existed. A dark twisted and sometimes calmly visceral look at the disillusions of American culture and how willing we are to accept shallow mediocrity and the almost cannibalistic avarice of western society. Darkly comical and subconsciously tragic, I can’t help but love this film.

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