Frage von Lydia1811, 61

5.3 romeo und julia - unterschiede von film und buch..könnt ihr mir helfen?


von Taimanka, 61

One major difference between the play and the movie occurs in mood. An example of this is the marriage scene. In the marriage scene of the play, Romeo and Juliet act very serious. The reader can tell this by the way the two speak. Romeo says that the Holy Words the Friar speaks can make something without an equal (Act II, Scene 6, Line 4) which is a very intelligent thing to say. Whereas, in the movie they kiss and giggle the entire time. This leads the viewer to believe that Franco Zefferelli wanted the two to look like fools, that they could not do anything the way it is normally done because they are children in search of quick love. This is bad because it is not very realistic. In real-life, young adults would take the matter seriously because they know it is a major step in life. Because the play is not entirely trying to make the two look bad, it is the better production. 

Another major difference in the mood of the play and the movie is in the funeral scene. The funeral scene of the play is a very serious event. Juliet's family is very upset and think that they are the cause of her "death". Also, the Friar soothes the family of the loss of young Juliet's life (Act IV, Scene 5, Line 65). However, in the movie version of the funeral scene, again everyone is sad but this time the Friar lets out a giggle as he pretends to pray for Juliet. This is a major difference because if someone had seen the Friar giggle, it may have changed the entire play. They may have questioned him why he giggled but since he would not have a reason he may just spill what he knows. Since the movie was once again unrealistic, the play is the better production in this scene as well. 

Some other major differences between the play and the movie occurred in the plot details. One example of this is in the beginning of the story. In the play, Romeo is just getting over Rosaline "rejecting" him (Act I, Scene 1, Line 155). This means that he could have just been very upset. Resulting in him just grabbing the first thing he could find which just happened to be Juliet. If he had never even met Rosaline he probably would have never met Juliet either. Although in the movie version of this part, all that the viewer knows is that Romeo is extremely upset from something that was never brought up. If Franco Zefferelli had added this to his production it would probably make more sense that him just leaving it out and having the viewer guess what was the matter with Romeo. Due to this difference, the play once again is better because the ...

Kommentar von Taimanka ,
von Jerne79, 38

Du willst Hilfe, schaffst es aber nicht einmal, deine Frage so zu stellen, daß man dir überhaupt sinnvoll helfen könnte, wenn man jemanden, der ohne Eigenleistung andere seine Hausaufgaben machen lassen will unterstützen wollte.

Schritt 1: Es gibt mehr als einen Film. Präzisieren.

Schritt 2: Stück lesen.

Schritt 3: Film schauen

Schritt 4: Vergleichen

Schritt 5: Sich über die selbst erledigte Hausaufgabe freuen.

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