Director: Howard Davies; Written by: Michael Frayn, Anton Chekhov
Michael Frayn's "Wild Honey" is a comedy of errors based on Anton Chekhov's untitled early play.
It tells the story of a village schoolmaster called Mikhail Vasilyevich who seemingly has it all: wit, intelligence... and the attentions of four beautiful women (one of whom is his wife).
But when summer comes the incredible heat makes everyone giddy with sunlight, vodka... and passion!
It's a story of misunderstandings, irrepressible desires, and a nostalgia for a rapidly vanishing Russian world.
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