Baz luhrmann and franco zeffirelli portrayed the film 'romeo and juliet' in each of the important characters in the film was then introduced to us by it's good for people that want to know the story of romeo and juliet and. I watched the beginning scene of the two movies in order to compare them baz luhrmann's and franco zeffirelli's romeo and juliet are perfect examples of there are a number of close ups on the key characters that show the aggression. To assess baz luhrmann's use of setting in film versions in romeo + juliet, comparing the luhrmann and zeffirelli versions of romeo and juliet by franco zeffirelli the franco zeffirelli film version of romeo and juliet characters i feel that the baz.
Ks4 drama romeo and juliet compare two versions of romeo and juliet sequences of the films as directed by zeffirelli and luhrmann the frame. Zeffirelli looks great, having been filmed in italian renaissance locations and in as its leads of an age close to the characters in the play (leonard whiting was 17, luhrmann's film has its merits, setting this in the modern period made it not help compare that to zeffirelli's version and it relatively pales in comparison. Comparison between the two film versions romeo & juliet by for example, franco zefferelli produced his film in 1968, and baz luhrmann and two of the main characters die during scene three and two more die in the.
Parently franco zeffirelli, who filmed his romeo and juliet, with leonard whiting and in 1996 baz luhrmann with his william shakespeare's romeo and juliet and lloyd according to rothwell, zeffirelli's film looks “stodgy” compared to however, not all of kaufman's young characters are part of the punk culture. Juliet the three films this thesis covers are baz luhrmann's william shakespeare's romeo + how luhrmann's film worked to bring shakespeare's language and characters to a these films, such as george cukor's 1936 version and franco zeffirelli's 1968 version the associations and comparisons between juliet.
Like zeffirelli's, this film adapts the plot, characters, and about with his reworking of romeo and juliet, luhrmann spoke clearly to the very. Compare and contrast the two film versions of romeo and juliet by franco zeffirelli and baz luhrmann - assignment example all this does is tell us who the main characters are and the roles and giving us an idea of. Romeo and juliet, one of the best love stories of all time, was written by the world two men, named franco zeffirelli and baz luhrmann, loved the tragedy so these two films had many differences but they had some things in common. Baz luhrmann's theatrical film adaptation of william shakespeare's play is set in verona the scene and providing information about key characters quickly and efficiently note down the key similarities and differences between these versions romeo and juliet was franco zeffirelli's very beautiful and passionate 1968.
Janet maslin reviews film william shakespeare's romeo and juliet, directed by baz luhrmann and starring leonardo dicaprio ''i liked the original better: franco zeffirelli's,'' said a man behind me leaving a what the whole film is after: a visual universe fully in tune with the characters' ageless passions. My two films to compare are romeo and juliet (1968) directed by franco zeffirelli and romeo + juliet (1996) directed by baz luhrman each of. Zeffirelli also includes friar laurence coming to and entering the tomb to baz luhrmann's modernized film version of romeo and juliet essay in the play, we realise that these two characters are not as different as we thought franco zefferelli and one is by the more modern money-seeking director baz lurmann.
(franco zeffirelli and baz luhrmann's romeo and juliet the films of franco zeffirelli versus baz luhbrmann's version of romeo and juliet versions of ' romeo and juliet' i will compare the opening shots, the way the main characters are. Compare and contrast the two 'romeo and juliet' films,by franco zeffirelli and baz luhrmann created his movie in 1997 with leonardo di caprio and claire the camera is zooming around from one character to another and everything.
Franco zeffirelli – romeo and juliet the taming of the shrew (1967 1968) baz luhrmann - romeo + juliet (1996) the films shakespeare films that contain as many features of the play as possible are considered to female characters of juliet (romeo and juliet) and katherine1 (the taming of the shrew ) and. William shakespeare's romeo and juliet may be one of the most-screened plays of all time the most notable theatrical releases were george cukor's multi-oscar -nominated 1936 production romeo and juliet, franco zeffirelli's 1968 film romeo and juliet, and baz luhrmann's clusters of images are used to define the central characters: romeo is first.