This all amounts to a far more dangerous and anxious atmosphere. When he arrives he serenades her, takes his last drink, and dies beside her. Their affection for Juliet is shown in the same way, yet their reasons for love are shown differently. Fate plays a large part in the lives of Romeo and Juliet and the actions other characters takes has consequences on their fate. Although, the sequence of events that lead to the tragic endings of these stories have their differences as well.
The love between the two couples was so strong that they were would die for their lovers. The contrast in music between the two films lessens towards the end of Scene 1. Also Juliet succeeds in fooling everyone that she is dead in every version. The two of them were a perfect match, and were completely in love with each other, and the odds that one was a Montague and one was a Capulet are incredibly slim. Guided by her feelings for him, she develops very quickly into a determined, capable, mature, and loyal woman who tempers her extreme feelings of love with sober-mindedness. Both show that love makes you do crazy things. She dies next to Romeo, which symbolizes that they will be together in the afterlife.
In 1968, Franco Zeffirelli made this play into a movie, after realizing the beauty of this tragedy. In all of the interpretations after Juliet discovers that her dear Romeo is dead, she kisses his lips in attempt to get one last drop of poison. When the audience first meets Juliet she speaks very little. A timeless story, a dynamic cast, a hip soundtrack, great sets and costumes and plenty of action. The characters Romeo and Juliet from the Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet are comparable throughout their short lived relationship. The tragedy tells a legend about two young lovers who come from long-rivaling families.
The movie does not portray this realistic kind of character. Consequently, Capulet was extremely dissatisfied. Love is as unpredictable as the raging sea beneath the silver moons delicate rays. Music can be used for many different purposes such as: creating atmosphere and a sense of location, intensifying emotions, to create an effect of realism and as a transitional device between scenes. The play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is set in the fictional city of Verona. Friendship is one of the most important and intrinsically complex of human relationships.
I think this scene is so vitally important because it is the first time Romeo and Juliet set eyes upon each other and it seems predicted and they are instantly love struck. Luhrmann, however, uses music heavily throughout early confrontation and fight. All this amounts to a far more intense and exciting start to the film and also creates high expectations of what is to come unlike the Zeffirelli version. Tybalt ends up killing Mercutio. Although these two genres are seen as being complete opposites of each other, through further analysis one can gather that though they are different certain similarities can also be seen.
He has not known her for that long of a time, but he knows since the first time he saw her that that he is in love with her. The first thing I noticed were the way the relations between the couples began in the stories. In a play house there was limited lighting, little visual and sound effects. Macbeth does it, as does Lady Macbeth. As well as describing and analysing them I will also show how these characters are presented in two adaptations of films by two different directors Zeffirelli and Lurhmann.
His friends were there to crash the party, but Romeo came for Rosaline. Romeo arrives and tells Blathers to leave him, then e breaks into the tomb. This love story unfortunately had a fatal ending. Another difference is the use of special effects. The same does not appear in Romeo and Juliet. During the scene we, the audience, witness many changes in both the emotions and the actions of the characters and we also become aware of the contrast between love and hate. The first film was made in 1968 and directed by Franco Zeffirelli; the second film that I shall be comparing it with was made more recently in 1997 and was directed by Baz Luhrmann.
At the beginning of the play, he mopes over his hopeless unrequited love for Rosaline. Shakespeare uses imagery, figurative language and powerful vocabulary to convey these emotions to the audience. This is largely due to the period the film is set in, the clothes the characters wear and the music. Lady Capulet dies after her son drinks the poison, because she could not bear his death. Romeo is a passionate, extreme, excitable, intelligent, and moody young man, well-liked and admired throughout Verona. In Romeo and Juliet, her nurse and her mother are the only Juliet's companions and while Juliet and her nurse appear to be closely connected, they are not real friends.