Honor. Love. Integrity. We follow the journey of "Antigone" from Germany in 1631 to a current-day Mediterranean kingdom where the new king has forbidden, on pain of death, the funeral of her brother. But, "Antigone" defies her uncle. Framed in the structure of a traditional Greek drama, Antigone: Through the Ages deconstructs the timeless themes of Sophocles' original to reconstruct them in the context of historical and contemporary events to illuminate the universality of its story.
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Have you watched Antigone: Through the Ages yet? What did you think about it?