Lost in Criterion bounces around Olivier's Henry V like 400 tennis balls on a boat from France.

This week we talk about Laurence Olivier’s film-directorial debut, the 1944 adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry V, which holds the title of being the first film adaptation of Will’s work to actually make money.

This of course leads to a discussion on the history of the English language, how original tennis was better than current tennis, Adam’s irrational fear of large mammals, and the time Pat almost got into a fight with a macaque.

I swear I actually like Shakespeare.