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Bio: Fleance eating a slice of chocolate cake while he announces the moon is down; a Banquo and a Macduff who look in some scenes like they belong more in David Lean’s Brief Encounter than in Shakespeare; Malcolm saying he saw Cawdor’s death when, plainly, there is no one in the room but Cawdor and the executioner; these all give a little kick of vigor to the familiar. And when Paul Shelley as Duncan tells Kate Fleetwood as Lady Macbeth “By your leave, hostess!” and she makes a little hand gesture we’ve all seen hundreds of women make I believe this is the first time in my conscious life I’ve ever wondered if it was the director or the performer who initiated the little extra touch. http://cinemathequequinones.blogspot.com/2014/05/macbeth-pbs-2009.html