Macbeth Essay | Polanski's Macbeth, Film Techniques

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Polanski's Macbeth, Film Techniques

Summary: Describes how director Roman Polanski uses different film techniques to introduce the themes and characters of his film version of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Includes an analysis of camera shots, sound and symbols used in the film.
The visual text "Macbeth" directed by Roman Polanski, is an adaptation of the tragedy written by William Shakespeare and tells the story of a man desperate for wealth and power, and the extreme lengths he and his wife, Lady Macbeth will go to in order to stay in power. It is a bleak and violent movie, with many important film techniques. I will be discussing how the shots, the symbols and the sound techniques are used to introduce the themes and the characters of this text.

This film has many different shots through out it, these all introduce the viewers to the themes and characters. At the very beginning of the film we are introduced to the theme with an establishing shot. This shot set the time and the place for the story to take place. The bleak landscapes showed us that the film is a...

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