Branagh and his parents will eventually leave Belfast. In 1970, the family moved to Reading, just above London. At the age of sixteen, Prana attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London and quickly became the greatest Shakespearean actor of his generation. First in the theater and then on the silver screen. He has long since gotten rid of his Irish accent. Just like his poor childhood in Belfast.
One of the most notable early events is the directorial appearance of Branagh, a Shakespeare film adaptation Henry V (1989), in which he also played the lead role. He received two Academy Award nominations in 1990 (Best Leading Role and Best Director) and was brought by the British press to the new Laurence Olivier. Almost a kind by itself.
Prana would go on to make another half-dozen Shakespeare adaptations after that and would continue to work and direct. His long resume in both areas is impressive – from his roles as Wallander and Hercule Poirot to directing Hollywood films such as bull And the Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – but with Belfast He may have made the best movie and definitely the most personal movie of his career.
For 61-year-old Branagh, the circuit is now complete. Against the British news site News He admitted that he once worked with a person who did not like his father at all. “When I asked him why not, my father said, ‘I think he forgot himself.’ That’s a mortal sin from where I come from. Belfast I know who I am again.
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