Jamie's Summer Food Rave Up - Netflix
Jamie Oliver creates a range of amazing, simple dishes to make al fresco dining a treat.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Jamie's Summer Food Rave Up - A Midsummer Night's Rave - Netflix
A Midsummer Night's Rave is a film adapted from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream released in 2002. The film stars Corey Pearson, Lauren German, Andrew Keegan, Chad Lindberg, and Sunny Mabrey; and was directed by Gil Cates Jr.. It is set at a rave rather than a forest, as in the original. The film received little attention from professional movie critics, but is considered a success with teen audiences, and has been used as an exemplar for a category of movies (the “McShakespeare”, an example of McDonaldization) in more academic publications.
Jamie's Summer Food Rave Up - Plot and setting - Netflix
A Midsummer Night's Rave transposes A Midsummer Night's Dream to modern rave culture. Unlike Rave Macbeth—released a year earlier and also adapting a Shakespeare play, Macbeth, into the context of rave culture—A Midsummer Night's Rave's plot also explores the characters' activities outside of the rave: Xander (Lysander) and Mia (Hermia) needs the aid of a rave and a green glowing drug, provided by a British mystic, O. B. John (Oberon), to admit their love for each other; a drug dealer, apparently modelled on Shylock, named Doc wants his stolen drug money; and Nick (Nick Bottom) dons a donkey costume at a daycare center. The plot is significantly altered from the original to “accommodate a homosexual relationship and to allow one liberated woman, Elena, to reject her callow lover.”
Jamie's Summer Food Rave Up - References - Netflix