New York Film Locations



Hamlet (2000)

A specter in the guise of the newly-dead CEO of Denmark Corporation appears to Hamlet (Ethan Hawke), tells of murder most foul, demands revenge, and identifies the killer as Claudius, the new head of Denmark, Hamlet's uncle and now step-father. Hamlet must determine if the ghost is truly his father, and if Claudius did the deed. To buy time, Hamlet feigns madness; to catch his uncle's conscience, he invites him to watch a film he's made that shows a tale of murder. Finally convinced of Claudius's guilt, Hamlet must avenge his father. Claudius now knows Hamlet is a threat and even uses Ophelia, Hamlet's love, in his own plots against the young man. Murder will out?


Guggenheim Museum, 1071 5th Avenue and East 89th Street, Manhattan.
  The Museum was originally named "The Museum of Non-Objective Painting," however, the name was later changed since it is owned and managed by the Guggenheim Foundation.

Website: Official Gugganheim Musuem website
 



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