This might possibly be the most brilliant re-interpretation of a film in any shape, era, or way. Adam Bertocci – filmmaker, screenwriter, author, Shakespeare and Coen Brothers lover — somehow turned The Big Lebowski into a legitimately worded/staged Shakespearian play titled “The Two Gentlemen of Lebowski“. Here’s just one monologue, of many, to give you an idea of what I mean. This is the first bowling scene when The Dude’s, or in this alt-universe “The Knave”s, explaining how this rug really tied the room together. Take a peep:
It was of consequence, I should think; verily, it tied the room together, gather’d its qualities as the sweet lovers’ spring grass doth the morning dew or the rough scythe the first of autumn harvests. It sat between the four sides of the room, making substance of a square, respecting each wall in equal harmony, in geometer’s cap; a great reckoning in a little room. Verily, it transform’d the room from the space between four walls presented, to the harbour of a man’s monarchy.
Again, the LINK: Two Gentlemen of Lebowski
One can also, if one were inclined, find the writing on Facebook.