1999, regia di Christopher Dunne
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Joe Redner Film & Productions - Distribuzione: Joe Redner Film & Productions - Soggetto: ispirato al Tito Andronico di William Shakespeare - Sceneggiatura: Christopher Dunne - Montaggio: Daniele Sordoni - Formato: Color - Durata: 147'.
Cast: Robert Reece, Candy K. Sweet, Lexton Raleigh, Amanda Gezzik, Tom Dennis, Levi D. Tinker, Buddy Spafford, Alex Chew, Richard Porter.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - movies.nytimes.com - movies.yahoo.com: «It's been long debated whether Shakespeare's bloodiest play was intended as straight-up tragedy or a satirical response to the works of his theatrical rival Christopher Marlowe. Dunne's version is played for horrific effect, a two-hour and twenty minute version which emphasizes the violence (read: Blood! and Guts!) and themes of revenge. Set in early Rome, it is the saga of a noble man cruelly betrayed and brutally persecuted--ultimately driven to madness by the deceit of the Roman court. A timeless tale and a brutal and graphic reminder that violence and revenge only begets more violence and revenge. A nice comparison piece for Julie Taymor's lavish 1999 film version Titus».