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The film deals with the most interesting candidate Christopher Marlowe (of the same age than Shakespeare), advanced by scholars as the "real" dramatist , successful author and secret agent of Queen Elizabeth I. Shakespeare's first plays weren't performed until after Marlowe's early death in 1593 at the age of 29 in Deptford, by the River Thames, East of London. Until now Marlowe's death has seemed to rule out Marlowe as a candidate for the writer of Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet and King Lear. But in this documentary, biography and history specialists Atlantis-Film explore the thesis that Christopher Marlowe faked his own death to avoid arrest and possible execution by Elizabeth I's ministers. This freed him to devote his life to literature, using shareholder William Shakespeare as his straw man drawing on his own life's experiences for at least some of his subject matter!
Why did Mr. Paulson violate copyright laws and didn't at least mention the art Director "Eike Schmitz" and the producers of the film (ZDF) ?