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Romeo and Juliet as the Most Tragic Work

Summary: Romeo and Juliet as William Shakespeare's most tragic work.
The play Romeo and Juliet is Shakespeare's most tragic work. Originally a play, Romeo and Juliet was been turned into two more memorable movies, a Zefferili and Leonardo DiCaprio version. While the movies had some similarities, the differences are profound and appeared in the scenes and clothing.

One of the more noticeable differences in the two movies appeared in the clothing and accessories that the actors wore. The men in the Zefferili version who were Capulets wore red tights and Montagues wore blue tights to distinguish between the two families. Men and women in the DiCaprio version wore modern clothes from t-shirts and jeans to suits. Also the men in the DiCaprio version wore guns and holsters, whereas the men in the Zefferili version wore swords and sheaths.

Secondly, the party scene in which Romeo and Juliet meet had many differences that...

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