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Essay | Comparison of a Play within a Play in Hamlet

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Comparison of a Play within a Play in Hamlet

Summary: The play in Hamlet is shown two different ways by two different movie producers.
Even though they are performing the same scene, the two movies are very different in style. First, the shots and lighting are displayed differently to catch the different moods of the movies. In the first movie, the camera stays close to everybody's face. It seems to zoom in on characters that are speaking and does not try to capture the listeners' reactions to those who are speaking. Also, the lighting is very dark and the scene is closed in. The background scenery of a castle room is very small and closed in. This makes the room not actually seem like a real castle room because castle rooms are always shown as big, lavish, well-kept rooms. In the second movie, the camera, instead of being on one person's face, usually stays on two or more people's face, often involving the crowd in...

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