The clash between the new and the old world is reaching boiling point. Economic power and blue blood are challenged by knowledge and education, and traditional hierarchies are on the point of tumbling, when the exchange student, Hamlet returns from the University of Wittenberg to attend his father's funeral in Kronborg. Life goes on as usual at Kronborg – but not for Hamlet. Something inside him has changed. He is excited by new educational ideals and the concept of a modern, responsible human being. As a revolutionary, he wants to do away with destructive power mechanisms and create an anti-imperialist society with no blood on its hands. But the eternal bloody wheel just rolls on and on.
Cyron Melville (Hamlet) and Natalie Madueño (Ophelia)