The bold hypothesis of the novel is that if the present power-disparity between men and women was reversed, society would fail to progress.
“As you learn, [through] the learning process, the glass starts to talk to you or speak to you.” -Glassblower Robert Gary Parkes
Sleight follows 17-year-old Genevieve Flannery, who has grown up in the Cinzio Traveling Players Company with her mother, Delia, and other circus performers.
A few productions started out in the Lower Mainland before they received—or will soon receive—a lot of attention.
It’s a daring and meticulously well-constructed movie that knows when to pay homage to the source material and when to do something totally new.
“Like many cooperative games, there are a lot of different ways to lose—too many siege engines, too many black swords, or everyone simply dying.”
It’s the perfect time to explore, enjoy the sunshine, and check out some budget-friendly, community-based offerings.
It’s essentially a modern-day retelling of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Hamlet, but with an intriguing twist: The novel is narrated by a fetus.