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  • Movie Name: The Banquet (2006)
  • IMDb Rating: 6.4/10
  • Director: Xiaogang Feng
  • Stars: Ziyi Zhang, You Ge, Daniel Wu
  • Genres: Action | Drama | Fantasy
  • Language: HINDI | CHINESE (Dual Audio)
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The Banquet (夜宴 / Legend of the Black Scorpion) is a 2006 Chinese wuxia drama film. ,
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  • Native Title: 夜宴
  • Also Known As: Ye Yan , Legend of the Black Scorpion ,
  • Director: Feng Xiao Gang
  • Screenwriter: Chiu Kang Chien
  • Tags: Shakespeare Adaptation, Adapted From A Play, Royalty, Death, Revenge, Murder, Martial Arts .

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The Banquet 2006 Storyline :

A loose adaptation of Hamlet, “The Night Banquet” is set in an empire in chaos. The Emperor, the Empress, the Crown Prince, the Minister and the General all have their own enemies they would like to finish off at a night banquet.

In 907 AD, the Tang Dynasty is in tatters; infighting snarls the imperial family. Crown Prince Wu Luan loves Little Wan, but his father takes her as his Empress. Wu Luan goes into exile, studying dance and music. His uncle murders his father, taking throne and Empress; uncle sends assassins to kill Wu Luan. The Crown Prince eludes death and comes to court. The Emperor arranges for Little Wan’s coronation and dispatches Wu Luan to a distant land; he then calls for a midnight banquet on the 100th day of his rule. Poison, treachery, Wu Luan’s return, and the love of the innocent Qing for Wu Luan set up the final entanglements. No Fortinbras or Horatio lay the dead to rest.

TAGLINE: Nothing is more poisonous than the human heart.

Review of The Banquet (2006):

The film was directed by Feng Xiaogang and stars Zhang Ziyi, Ge You, Daniel Wu and Zhou Xun. It is a loose adaptation of William Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet set in the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period in 10th century China.

“The Banquet” is a loose adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” which, I believe, is Shakespeare’s most powerful literary creation, and one which has been adapted (as I count) 5 times in the silver screen (my personal fave is the version with Mel Gibson; I have yet to watch the one with Ethan Hawke). This adaptation is so loose that oftentimes it feels like it has its own originality and only drew inspiration from “Hamlet”.

One of the original aspects of the film is that of the character played by Ziyi Zhang, which is a product of a revision of the original script. A revision which added quite a depth to the storyline. Gong Li (Memoirs of a Geisha, Miami Vice, Farewell My Concubine) was originally supposed to play Zhang Ziyi’s part. Maggie Cheung (2046, Hero) was also considered for the role. Due to scheduling conflicts. When Ziyi Zhang took over the part, the script was rewritten to make the character younger. Her character is a former love interest of the Prince Wu Luan (the main character) but was later wed to the Prince’s own father and eventually, to become the Empress to his uncle. Such a character has given a large amount of dramatic tension to the storyline and further complicates it, making the story more unpredictable even though it is an adaptation.