Final Essay Of Romeo And Juliet English 1 Essay

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Final Essay of Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet is the most well known tragic love story. Many different versions of movies have been made of it but it's how both the movie and book have the same emotions and they both describe the situation well,without them being the same dialogue or even the same scene. In the movie, Romeo and Juliet by Baz Luhrmann, there are many missing scenes and dialogue, but if you read Shakespeare and saw the movie, when Romeo went to the Capulet's house after the costume party to see Juliet.
In the film Romeo,had just left the Capulets costume party and was on his way home, until he started thinking about how he had found his true love and he cannot leave her. He then hops out of the car to go running to the Capulet's house to find Juliet and explain his love to her. Once he arrives to the Capulet's house,they start talking to each other.The director chose to cut out a lot of dialogue but even then he made the decision to do that, but he didn't change a thing because of how well it worked. After all the cuts the dialogue from the play, the director goes to a pool scene with them just kissing with music in the background but Shakespeare didn’t write that. Even though the written in the book you could still tell Shakespeare tried to tell the audience that, Romeo and Juliet kissed. For example act 1, scene 5, lines 95-98“Good pilgrim,you do wrong your hands too much,which mannerly devotion shows in this, For saints have hands that pilgrims' hands do touch, and palm to palm is holy palmers' kiss.” which is basically saying that they both wanted to kiss each other, and they do.
Comment by Lisa W: I included another student's paragraph in red below this paragraph. What do you see when you compare the two?
In the film Romeo, had just left the Capulets costume party and was on his way home, until he started thinking about how he had found his true love and he cannot leave her. He then hops out of the car to go running to the Capulet's house to find Juliet and explain his love to her. Once he arrives to the Capulet's house, he starts talking to her, the director chose to cut out a lot of dialogue but even though he made the decision to do that, it was as if he hadn’t changed a thing because of how well it had worked. After have cut so much dialogue from the play the director goes to a pool scene with them just kissing with music in the background but Shakespeare didn’t write that. Yet even though that wasn’t written in the book you could still tell Shakespeare had tried to tell the audience that, they had kissed. For example act 1, scene 5, lines 105-107 “Thus from my lips, by thine, my sin...

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