The primary question is not "Do I like it?" but "What can I learn about the play from it?"
The translation (Tony Harrison's) used for this production
is different from the one assigned for the course (Paul Roche's).
Does Harrison's make any theme more prominent than it is in Roche's?
What anachronisms (e.g., "dog tags") do you find in Harrison's translation?
What aspects of the chorus or choral performances have been modernized?
What aspects of the staging are unrealistic and non-modern and seem to represent an attempt to preserve an ancient style?
What does the video convey about the importance of the chorus in this tragedy?
How is the eccyclema used?
How does the entry of Aegisthus express his character?
The video is not simply a film of a stage performance but to some extent uses the camera as it is used in cinema and television. To what extent?