As I had expected, watching the Tom Hiddleston movie of "Coriolanus" taxed my grasp of English to the max. It'd have helped if I had been familiar with the original play, but I understand it's a minor Shakespeare story that is seldom staged. That being said, based on what I did manage to understand, the cast was excellent. And say, isn't that Mark Gatiss, aka Mycroft on Cumberbatch's "Sherlock"? The movie was shown at Santa Fe's Lensic Theater, a nice venue, but one obviously built in a time when people were shorter. Either that or the tall folks of those days didn't mind having their knees kill them by the end of a show.