Tense relationship[ edit ] In Tchaikovsky was a year-old professor at the Moscow Conservatory. Having written his first symphony and an operahe next composed a symphonic poem entitled Fatum. Initially pleased with the piece when Nikolai Rubinstein conducted it in MoscowTchaikovsky dedicated it to Balakirev and sent it to him to conduct in St. Fatum received only a lukewarm reception.
While watching the latest version I thought a lot about the version which is similar to the film, the film is a remake of the version, directed by Franco Zeffirelli. I analyzed both movies and made a movie compare and contrast points. Both and are based in Verona during the renaissance era.
Everything passed by so quickly. Meanwhile the went through every scene at a good pace. Like the scenes of the party and most famous, the balcony.
The difference is huge! The party itself took time with the dance, romeo laying his eyes upon Juliet, and their kissing scene.
With taking good time the movie felt legit, there was more of a classic feeling. None of that was felt in the party scene for the version. The camera has a huge effect on the film. The death scenes are different as well mostly because of the setting.
Leaving almost the whole place just to Juliet meanwhile in version all the corpses are lined up in rows and Juliet is among with the row, not just herself alone.
He leaves somewhat calmly and eventually Juliet commits suicide. Back to the intro… the play begins with a battle between the Montagues and the Capulets. The version did the same thing, the huge battle and everybody was either running away from the battle or fighting in it. Like what happened there?
Now to compare the lines the actors had. There were poetry lines from the play but a lot of words not used in the play were spoken in the version.
Especially the version, it kept everything exactly like the play with setting and script. The version failed on the script.In Franco Zeffirelli’s version of Romeo and Juliet, is a traditional adaptation of Shakespeare’s original Romeo and Juliet, with some variations.
Baz Luhrmann directed the version, also known as the MTV Romeo † Juliet. This version is very modernized, but keeps the language intact.
Romeo and Juliet, now newly-wed, rush from the side door of the church. The priest follows, throwing handfuls of rice. Peter studiously takes a snap as the bride and groom kiss. Peter holds the door of the limousine open. Reluctantly Juliet gets into the car. As the car pulls out of the driveway, Romeo .
Optically brilliant, violent update of classic.
Read Common Sense Media's Romeo + Juliet review, age rating, and parents guide. Romeo & Juliet Author William Shakespeare was born in Statford-upon-Avon on April 23 He went to free grammar school in Stratford. He went to free grammar school in Stratford.
It was a good school where he learned even Greek and Latin. Baz Luhrmann’s energetic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes as the star-crossed lovers, hit theaters on Nov. 1, , joining a long line of cinematic.
Romeo and Juliet Movie Comparison Words | 11 Pages In Franco Zeffirelli’s version of Romeo and Juliet, is a traditional adaptation of Shakespeare’s original Romeo and Juliet, with some variations.