Venomous sheep

Aimee Smith s4028253 at
Sat Apr 12 05:35:18 EDT 2003

There is a MOVIE of WYRD SISTERS?!!
thanks for letting me know!
Soon to finish Dark Lord and tackle the rest of Kathleen's list,

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Otter Perry
Sent: Thursday, 10 April 2003 2:18 AM
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Subject: Re: Venomous sheep

Kathleen Jennings wrote:
> Kyla Tornheim wrote:
> > > Actually, I just had a reading spree: five books in four days. Dark
> Lord,
> > > Year of the Griffin, Time of the Ghost, Macbeth and Hexwood.
> >
> > So I read that list, thought, "Oooh, good list of books to read," and
> > thought, "Wait. One of these things is not like the others." :^)
> I'd been putting it off for years. I thought if I slipped it into the
> of a DWJ frenzy I might not notice.

I, on another paw, have been involved with two productions of it and can
recite great swaths from memory.  Now you can go back and read _Wyrd
Sisters_ with renewed appreciation.  There's a lot of Hamlet in Wyrd
Sisters, too, but it doesn't stand out as much.  [Ghost of dead father,

If you want to see it*, Roman Polanski made a move of it back in the
70s with a young Macbeth [Jon Finch] and a young Lady Macbeth
[Francesca Annis].  You should be able to find it on tape ....

*Macbeth, not Wyrd Sisters.  Obviously.  The Wyrd Sisters film is _much_
 more recent, animated, and the only person whose voice is in it that I
 can remember is Christopher Lee as Death.
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