Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo and Juliet

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Romeo and Juliet.
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Romeo and Juliet

Summary: Compares to versions of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the modern movie starring Leonardo Dicaprio and the original play written by Shakespeare. Describes how the play is translated into a modern setting. Details plot differences between the two versions.
To make such a bold attempt and blend the modern atmosphere with the classic tongue of Shakespeare, is nothing but sheer brilliance at work. The result is a masterpiece. The movie was my perspective on the story come to life. But it came to me and many others, in a different standpoint and yet it was delivering the same message. The script of the infamous play was beautifully translated into the modern setting in the movie version of Romeo and Juliet. They still spoke in the Shakespearean tongue but their actions elaborated on the characters meanings.

Many scenes were immediately recalled from the script as I watched the movie. For example when they snuck into a party, hosted by the rivals of the Montague, the Capulets. I recalled that scene because when they snuck into that party, the script said that they were wearing masks. In the movie that is...

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