I loved the fact that The Tempest movie, Helen Mirren was Prosperpa. I feel that having a woman play Prospero really changes the power dynamic with all of the characters. For instance, when Miranda is talking with Prospero in the book it seems she is very submissive and worshipful of her father and his power. But in the movie, when she is speaking with Prospera, their relationship seems very similar to a mother and daughter relationship that we would see in our day to day life, not worshipful or submissive. Although I understand that some of this dynamic could be the interpretation of the director of this film, there is no denying the drastic difference in dynamic between Prospera and Miranda. Do you guys see any other places in the movie where there are differences because Prospero is a woman? How do you think people in Shakespearean times would react to this interpretation?