For My Man - Netflix
For My Man features the outrageous and shocking stories of women who have been arrested for a crime they committed in the name of love. From a killing spree across the mid-west to an inside informant at the DEA, these women have no limits as to how far they will go to support their men. These are the stories of the obsessions and weakness that fueled their fall from grace.
Runtime: 60 minutes
For My Man - What a piece of work is a man - Netflix
“What a piece of work is man!” is a phrase within a soliloquy by Hamlet in William Shakespeare's eponymous play. Hamlet is reflecting, at first admiringly, and then despairingly, on the human condition.
For My Man - Differences between texts - Netflix
Then, by the 1623 First Folio, it appeared as:
J. Dover Wilson, in his notes in the New Shakespeare edition, observed that the Folio text “involves two grave difficulties”, namely that according to Elizabethan thought angels could apprehend but not act, making “in action how like an angel” nonsensical, and that “express” (which as an adjective means “direct and purposive”) makes sense applied to “action”, but goes very awkwardly with “form and moving”. These difficulties are remedied if we read it thus:
The speech was fully omitted from Nicholas Ling's 1603 First Quarto, which reads simply:
What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties, in form and moving, how express and admirable in action, how like an angel in apprehension, how like a god!
What a piece of worke is a man! how Noble in Reason? how infinite in faculty? in forme and mouing how expresse and admirable? in Action, how like an Angel? in apprehension, how like a God? ...
For My Man - References - Netflix