Love's Labour's Lost
Love's Labour's Lost is a 2000 adaptation of the comic play Love's Labour's Lost by William Shakespeare, directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh. The first feature film to be made of this lesser-known comedy, Branagh's fourth film of a Shakespeare play was a box-office and critical disappointment.
The King of Navarre has vowed to avoid romantic entanglements to spend three years in study and contemplation. His chief courtiers agree to follow him in this vow, though one (Berowne) argues that they will not be able to fulfill this plan.
|keywords||a midsummer night's dream aquitaine boast end force king of france learn masked ball mechanical mourn musical number navarre nothing romantic entanglements rude mechanicals the king ve day victory in europe day world war ii|
|productionCompany||Intermedia Miramax Films Shepperton Studios StudioCanal|
|theme||jukebox musical musical romantic comedy|