Macbeth Essay | Macbeth: A Foreshadowing

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Macbeth: A Foreshadowing

Summary: Analyzes Akira Kurosawa's film adaptation of Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Provides description of the sights and sounds of the film and explores the sense of foreshadowing in the film.
The Throne of Blood is a film that attempts to recreate Shakespeare's tragedy "Macbeth." This tale is one of greed, deception, and backstabbing traitors. It is the tale of a man prophesized to be king. Once king, he wants more and tries to get what he wants. However, his `trustworthy' friend stabs the king in the back and eventually dies himself. In the end, all that is left is a bunch of dead guys and a castle without a king; pretty tragic if you ask me.

This scene begins with two samurai on horseback riding in and stopping at the edge of a forest. They have a conversation and then they ride on. After a little bit, they stop and talk again and conclude that they are lost. One of the samurai shoots an arrow into the tree tops and an evil spirit laughs at them. The...

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