Cast, Ankush Hazra as Romeo, Mahiya Mahi as Juliet, Kabila, Kharaj Mukherjee, Supriyo Dutta, Ali Raj, Tulika Basu, Partho Sarathi Chakraborty, Nita Mistry etc Bangladeshi actress Mahiya Mahi debuts within the Bengali industry with this film. Although the movie appeared better, it left out some major parts. Act I- Scene I Weapons 8. If we were to read just the play, the only pictures we would see would have to be imagined. The latter is quite modern and only occassionally uses the words of Shakespeare. In the text, the characters all fight with swords, on a stage empty of all but citizens of the watch. Some characters in the play are not in the movie.
It is very easy to spot these differences considering the time period each movie was set in. There is a gun on her bed, shoots her self. Also, the role of Abra, who was known as Abram in the play, reversed his character to become a Capulet instead of a Montague. The differences between these two works are distinctly illustrated in Act One, Scene One of the text and its matching film scene. They do so at a party hosted by the Capulets where Romeo meets and flirts with Juliet of the Capulets. They spend their time talking and kissing in the elevator.
One such example is when, in the play, Table recognizes Romeos voice at the Caplet masked ball. So I think this is good decision. Although his bravery is admirable, it often causes trouble. All you need to know regarding the difference in the main scenes is right here. The movie had shown Mercutio collapsing on a flight of 1615 Words 7 Pages Chapman Dr. One of the major differences is that the book takes place in the seventeen hundreds in Verona, while the movie takes place in the late twentieth century still in Verona. They discussed what they should do know, realizing that everyone thinks Juliet is dead and Romeo is in Mantua.
With selfishness and greed love can turn sour and stray from its original, adoring passion. However, if Franco Zefferelli had made his movie more as a work of art instead of a production, and spent a little more time in doing so, he could have had himself one of the best movies ever, which William Shakespeare did with his play. And her way of sticking to the rules makes her the only one that Mariel cannot harm. Just goes straight to tomb. They say that when you are truly in love, the universe around you simply stops, and no one else matters except you and your love. Romeo and Juliet's love is indeed the main focus of the story, since it is so powerful.
Because he is not there Romeo does not kill Paris in the tomb as in the play. Book Often times people say that William Shakespeare was and still is a legend. It was a classic tragic love story. This version is very modernized, but keeps the language intact with few changes. Love has the mesmerizing beauty of a stunning red rose, but it also has spiteful thorns surrounding it. Movie Compare and Contrast There are many similarities and differences between the sixties version of Romeo and Juliet and the modern version of Romeo and Juliet.
In real-life, would take the matter seriously because they know it is a major step in life. Did my heart love till now? Justify your answer with references to the films and the plays. After delivering a long monologue, entailing her unsuccessful attempt to kiss the remainder of the poison of Romeo's lips 5. In the film, Verona is presented as an analogue to Miami and Mantua is treated as a backwoods trailer park. One person that deserves noting is Pete Postlethwaite as Friar Lawrence — his friar is like no other friar has been portrayed.
While she is being kissed, the Nurse calls her away because her mother wishes to see her. The 1968 film never discloses where or who Romeo obtained the poison from. In addition to that one scene where Juliet was hysterical because she thought Romeo was dead was completely absent in the movie. The timing of each behavior influence the outcome of the play. This is not so in the film version. The different scenes throughout the length of the party were the most influential to me in that I saw how different these movies were directed, and the different meaning I experienced from watching these movies. Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes.
In the play he states this after he drinks the lethal potion in the tomb. He participated in the killing of Julius Caesar, who he stabbed in the back very last. Let us get on to the similarities and differences. In the original play, Romeo's unrequited love Rosaline remains unseen throughout the play, and is instead only mentioned by other characters. Following the deaths of Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence was apprehended by the Prince and subsequently revealed the truth of the secret wedding, the potion, and all other plans for the destined lovers.
There are things from the play when made into the movie. The biggest difference in the death scenes is that in the movie when Romeo enters the tomb Paris is not there. In the marriage scene of the play, and Juliet act very serious. Romeo is there at the party with his friends Mercutio and Benvolio. There are several obvious differences between this version of the story and the others. In the end miscommunication between the friar and Romeo brings upon the death of Count Paris as he visits Juliet's tomb along with Romeo.