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Baz Luhrmann’s film

Shakespeare’s use of language reflects the theatre of his day. There were no elaborate set designs, costumes, lighting or sound effects and there were also only a small number of actors playing many different parts. This could get confusing and therefore the language and imagery had to do all theRead More

How does Baz Luhrmann’s version

Cold environments may be developed in a sustainable manner. To what extent do you agree with this statement? I disagree with this statement more than I agree with it. Cold environments in the world that were previously wilderness areas have undergone development, and nearly all of them have proved toRead More

How does Shakespeare get the attention

A playwright wants the start of their play to catch the attention of the audience and make them want to keep watching the rest of the play to find out what happens. To do this they might start with something funny and humorous to make the audience laugh, or theyRead More

Baz Luhrmann’s Interpretation of the opening scene

Concentrating on the presentation of character, setting and sound, analyse review and comment on what seems to you to be significant features of Baz Luhrmann’s style as a film director, with particular reference to “Romeo and Juliet” Baz Luhrmann’s recreation of Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet”, as a film text,Read More

Romeo and Juliet act 2 scene 2

The scene opens with Romeo’s glorifying monologue to Juliet’s beauty. Romeo’s many comparisons of Juliet to the sun, stars and heavens, suggest that he is looking upwards, and that Juliet appears at an upstairs window. The images of bright light that he uses to describe her: ” But soft, whatRead More