Romeo and Juliet (old vs. new)
This essay shows the subtle differences that can occur between directors, even when they are basing the movie off of almost the exact same script. Almost no two movies are exactly alike, no matter how hard the directors and actors might try. Minor personality differences and scene changes greatly affect the atmosphere and meaning of the same movie. One example of this is the movie Romeo and Juliet. This
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see that the dialogue is almost the exact same. Many people; however, think that if the dialogue is the same, there will be no difference in the underlying meanings of the movie. One can easily understand from the newer version exactly what Romeo and Juliet were feeling, because it relates to us today. This understanding can easily be lost in the more classic version which seems follow all of the details of the original play.