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  1. Twelfth Night. (1988 film) Twelfth Night, or, What You Will is a videotaped 1988 television adaptation of Kenneth Branagh 's stage production for the Renaissance Theatre Company of William Shakespeare 's Twelfth Night first broadcast in the UK by Channel 4 on 30 December 1988. [1]

    • Paul Kafno
    • Paul Kafno (television), Kenneth Branagh (original stage production)
    • 30 December 1988
  2. Olivia Giving Gifts Symbol. Olivia hints that in her opinion it is easier to buy the love of a young man than to win it. This opinion is symbolized by the gifts that she gives to Cesario, and, by default, Sebastian in an effort to win his love. The first gift she gives is via Orsino, the second directly to Sebastian whom she mistakes for ...

    • Kenneth Branagh
  3. With Frances Barber, Christopher Hollis, Julian Gartside, Tim Barker. A noblewoman disguises herself as a young man and falls for her employer, a lovesick count. Unfortunately, the count's beloved falls for the disguised noblewoman and a comedy of unrequited love and mistaken identities ensues.

    • (205)
    • Comedy, Drama, Romance
    • Paul Kafno
    • 155
  4. Movie Info. A shipwreck separates Viola (Imogen Stubbs) from her twin brother, Sebastian (Steven Mackintosh). Believing him to be dead, Viola disguises herself as a boy and goes to work for Duke...

    • (34)
    • Trevor Nunn
    • PG
    • Helena Bonham Carter
  5. 1988 Directed by Paul Kafno. The tale begins when a brother and sister are separated in a shipwreck, but survive to be washed up on the shore of Illyria. The sister, Viola, disguises herself as a man and takes service with Duke Orsino, who has fallen in love with Lady Olivia.

    • Paul Kafno
    • Thames Television, Renaissance Theater
  6. Written by Polly Barbour. Orsino (Christopher Ravenscroft), an Illyrian nobleman, has a serious case of seemingly unrequited love, the object of his affections and his mooning being Lady Olivia (Caroline Langrishe). Because she is still mourning her dead brother she will not consider accepting his romantic overtures.

  7. Show full cast and credits. Show full synopsis. Adapted from Kenneth Branagh's much-praised Renaissance Theatre Company stage production, the 1988 Twelfth Night was ITV's first new Shakespeare production in almost exactly a decade, the Ian McKellen / Judi Dench Macbeth having been shown in early 1979. It was also the last for some thirteen ...