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Macbeth: Comparing the Play & Movie

Summary: Examines the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Compares the original text with the Roman Polanski film. Considers how the film version establishes greater understanding of the role of supernatural in "Macbeth" with the help of emotions and sound effects.
In the novel and film "Macbeth", we have seen the power and importance of supernatural from which we get a clear idea that the nature of man and its surrounding universe are constructed in a way that a man cannot play with evil and be victorious in this world. At various points during the film Roman Polanski places much emphasis on certain symbols, characters and conflicts, in contrast to the book version. Both, movie and novel are tremendous dramatic representations of Macbeth. However, movie version establishes greater understanding of the role of supernatural in "Macbeth" with the help of emotions and sound effects.

The supernatural in Macbeth drives the play forward by influencing the actions of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. "When the battle's lost and won" (act 1 scene 1 line 4) shows how the witches talk in riddles. Moreover, When Banquo sees the witches; he is shocked...

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