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An Analysis of the way in which the opening sections of “macbeth on the estate” create atmosphere and aim to have an impact on the audience

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An Analysis of the way in which the opening sections of "macbeth on the estate" create atmosphere and aim to have an impact on the audience The first images of the scene that you see shows mcduff walking over disturbed ground and it makes it look like a warzone. The smoke on the rubble represents the past life which has vanished. ...read more.

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The set is constructed so that there are no props or people to distract your attention, this allows you to concentrate on what mcduff is doing. The past surroundings are also related to by the lighting. The shadows black out the lost terrain and try to ignore the fact of the happenings that went on. The camera concentrates a lot on being close to mcduff, this makes you feel face to face with him and it makes you feel involved. ...read more.

Conclusion

Mcduff is positioned so that he is looking over the camera which makes him look powerful and help him get a good point across. Mcduff seems to have been loyal to Duncan, he says about Duncan: "and me loved him well". He was wearing casual clothes which shows that he isn't wealthy and he fighted for justice and a sense of democracy. At the end of this scene you can feel the seriousness of the mass war that has happened (mcduff feels lucky to have told the tale). ...read more.

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