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Shakespeare in Love

1) What are the main themes of the film? The filmmaker’s message is not clear until we see what happens to the protagonist.

The Main themes of the film are love, overcoming obstacles and doing what you believe is the right thing to do and fighting for what you want. {There’s a lot}

2) What is the filmmaker revealing about Shakespeare?

The filmmaker is revealing that Shakespeare was a man of love and poetry, that there was something more than just comedy and serving your duty, but that you could truly right the ways of true love and perform them. Not just live them.

3) What did you learn about Shakespeare that you didn’t know before?

I know a lot about Shakespeare already and I didn’t learn anything new really, I don’t think that movie was fact it was more showing what it was like for him but he was actually quite the ladies man he was everywhere with everyone in true life.

4) Choose 1 good actor-What is exceptional about his or her performance?

One great actor was Gwen Paltro, {viola playing Juliet in the his play} she was in love with poetry and found herself falling in love with Shakespeare himself with or without that plays although that was the source of their passion. She was very independent and a strong believer in love and nothing else, the only reason she married another was for her queen who demanded it. Shakespeare would have been killed if she denied so she gave up her life {metaphorically} to save him and knew their love would last forever.

5) Do you recommend this for class? - What grade? - When?

Well there are some nudity and sex scenes so I don’t think you can watch it in class but it is a good movie and you can do a report on it. The Grade you would have to be in is college to watch this because schools are strict about even a glimpse of nudity.

6) What other questions or comments do you have about this film?

This was a great film packed with, good poetry, a love story and easy to comprehend but not something that is based on fact.

7) What do you notice about the filming of the movie? Was the scenery beautiful? Frightening? Effective?

The scenery was nothing really; they show the playhouse and the town and some nice houses but nothing really about beauty shots. The scenery was Effective, but frightening not at all.

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  1. Grammar Correction, Please?

    Shakespeare in Love

    1) What are the main themes of the film? The filmmaker’s message is not clear until we see what happens to the protagonist.

    The Main themes of the film are love, overcoming obstacles and doing what you believe is the right thing to do and fighting for what you want. {There’s a lot} Your second and fourth are basically the same; combine them.

    2) What is the filmmaker revealing about Shakespeare?

    The filmmaker is revealing that Shakespeare was a man of love and poetry, that there was something more than just comedy and serving your duty, but that you could truly right the ways of true love and perform them. Not just live them. "something more" to what? or to whom? this is a vague statement that is hard to fathom. And then you say "your country" and "you could" - what? you mean me?? surely not!! And what are "them"? Finally, that last phrasing is a fragment, not a complete sentence.

    3) What did you learn about Shakespeare that you didn’t know before?

    I know a lot about Shakespeare already and I didn’t learn anything new really, I don’t think that movie was fact it was more showing what it was like for him but he was actually quite the ladies man he was everywhere with everyone in true life. Correct all the run-ons; clarify "it."

    4) Choose 1 good actor-What is exceptional about his or her performance?

    One great actor was Gwen Paltro, {viola playing Juliet in the his play} she was in love with poetry and found herself falling in love with Shakespeare himself with or without that plays although that was the source of their passion. She was very independent and a strong believer in love and nothing else, the only reason she married another was for her queen who demanded it. Shakespeare would have been killed if she denied so she gave up her life {metaphorically} to save him and knew their love would last forever. You need to read this section aloud and find all the nonsensical phrasing, extra words, missing words, etc. Then rewrite and repost.

    5) Do you recommend this for class? - What grade? - When?

    Well there are some nudity and sex scenes so I don’t think you can watch it in class but it is a good movie and you can do a report on it. The Grade you would have to be in is college to watch this because schools are strict about even a glimpse of nudity.

    6) What other questions or comments do you have about this film?

    This was a great film packed with, good poetry, a love story and easy to comprehend but not something that is based on fact.

    7) What do you notice about the filming of the movie? Was the scenery beautiful? Frightening? Effective?

    The scenery was nothing really; they show the playhouse and the town and some nice houses but nothing really about beauty shots. The scenery was Effective, but frightening not at all.

    Read aloud and make corrections; then repost.

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