"My country for a horse!" - one of Shakespeare's most famous sentences is written in III. Richard's end. Richard, Earl of Gloucester, is determined to get the throne of England at any cost. Peace is boring to him. He masterfully weaves an increasingly dense net of lies, in which everyone who stands in his way is slowly get stucked. He enjoys playing the role of evil and laughs as his mother pours curses on his head. He constantly involves the viewer in his merciless plans, who can witness the rise and fall of a unique tyrant.