Differences between the play Romeo and Juliet and the movie Romeo and Juliet?

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that depends on which movie you are refering to. in the old movie the differences are: Romeo never meets Paris in her tomb, he uses a rock to break down the door, Lady Montague never dies. In the recent movie, there are several dirrences. these are: he never meets Paris in the tomb, Juliet wakes up before romeo dies in the movie,wheras in the play she never does, the friar never shows up in the movie after Juliet awakes, in the movie Juliet kills herself with a gun, in the play it is a pocket knife.
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In the play Romeo and Juliet how do Romeo and Juliet die?

Juliet fakes her death by taking a sleeping potion which makes her look like she's dead. friar Lawrence sent the message to Romeo but he never got the message .When Romeo heard about Juliet's death he goes to Juliet's casket and cries over her her.he then drinks poison because he can't live without (MORE)

Who plays Romeo in Romeo and Juliet?

Leonard Whiting plays Romeo in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Leonardo DiCaprio played him in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. He has also been played on film by Leslie Howard, Lawrence Harvey, Christopher Neame, Patrick Ryecart, Antoni Cimolino, Jonathan Firth and about 50 more acto (MORE)

In the play Romeo and Juliet how did Juliet die?

She woke up to see Romeo's dead body. She see that he poised himself and tries to kiss the poison off his lips so she will die. There wasn't enough poison so she took Romeo's dagger and kills herself. ~RH

What role does Romeo play in Romeo and Juliet?

Juliets love; husband.. Of the Montague family. At first is in "love" with Rosaline, cousins with Juliet, goes and "crashes" the Capulets masquerade. He then gets spotted by Tybalt, Juliets other cousin who at the time backs off but plans his revenge. Romeo falls in love with Juliet the moment he l (MORE)

Who played Romeo in Romeo and Juliet?

Leonard Whiting plays Romeo in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Leonardo DiCaprio played him in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. He has also been played on film by Leslie Howard, Lawrence Harvey, Christopher Neame, Patrick Ryecart, Antoni Cimolino, Jonathan Firth and about 50 more acto (MORE)

Who played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet?

Olivia Hussey plays Juliet in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Claire Danes played her in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. She has also been played on film by Norma Shearer, Susan Shentall, Ann Hasson, Rebecca Saire, Megan Porter Follows, Geraldine Somerville and about 50 more actresse (MORE)

What is the difference between the movie of Romeo and Juliet to the book?

Juliet is described as beautiful, but she's really ugly in the movie. Of course there are a number of different movies and they all have Juliets of varying degrees of ugliness. They also are missing different scenes and different lines. But it is even more complicated than that because there isn't " (MORE)

What actressess have played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet?

Many many actresses have played the role of Juliet since it was first played by women in the 1660s. Some famous ones were Katharine Cornell, Judi Dench, Peggy Ashcroft, Mary Saunderson (probably the first woman to play Juliet in 1662), Susan Cushman, and Ellen Terry. The first Romeo and Juliet movie (MORE)

Difference between Romeo and Juliet the book and the movie?

There have been numerous movies made of Romeo and Juliet and all ofthem (like all stage plays) make some alterations from the script.But different ones. Your answer is therefore going to depend whichmovie you are talking about. This answer is about the Zeffirellimovie from 1968. Some are: In the bo (MORE)

Who played Romeo in the Romeo and Juliet movie?

Leonard Whiting plays Romeo in Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie of Romeo and Juliet. Leonardo DiCaprio played him in the 1996 Baz Luhrman movie. He has also been played on film by Leslie Howard, Lawrence Harvey, Christopher Neame, Patrick Ryecart, Antoni Cimolino, Jonathan Firth and about 50 more acto (MORE)

What is the difference between Cinderella and Romeo and Juliet?

Oh, I don't know. Cinderella is one person, Romeo and Juliet is two? Cinderella lives happily ever after with the Prince, and Juliet dies? Cinderella is an orphan, both Romeo and Juliet have both their parents? Cinderella has step-sisters, neither Romeo nor Juliet have any siblings? Cinderella is a (MORE)

What are the differences between the play Romeo and Juliet and the 1996 version?

A play is a blueprint. A director and some actors, and probably an extensive production crew, have to take that blueprint and make a performance of it. Uncounted tens of thousands of performances have been made from Shakespeare's play. For a movie (such as Baz Luhrman's 1996 movie Romeo + Juliet) a (MORE)

Who played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet in 1970?

Olivia Hussey played Juliet in the 1968 film "Romeo and Juliet". That wasn't in 1970 but there were no film versions of the play made that year. Probably a large number of actresses played the role on stage that year.

How is your language different from Romeo and Juliet?

The play, Romeo and Juliet is written in my language, English. It is, however, almost all written in verse, in iambic pentameter, occasionally with rhymes. Nobody really talks or ever talked like that but poetry is always much more powerful and moving language than plain prose. It may be unnatural, (MORE)

Who plays Juliet in Romeo plus Juliet?

In the 1996 Baz Luhrmann film (which is the only one using the title "Romeo+Juliet" as opposed to "Romeo and Juliet" or "Romeo & Juliet") Juliet is played by Claire Danes.

Is Romeo and Juliet about Romeo and his Juliet?

NO! The final quote of the play is as follows: PRINCE ESCALUS: A glooming peace this morning with it brings. The sun for sorrow will not show his head. Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things; Some shall be pardon'd, and some punished; For never was a story of more woe >>>>>>> Than this (MORE)

What is the differences between Romeo and Juliet the movie with Leonardo DiCaprio and the book?

Director Baz Luhrmann chose to set his film in a modern-day American city. Some aspects of the original dialogue were difficult to reconcile with this setting, particularly the references to fighting with swords. The director chose to keep the language of the play, but to have "swords" be a slangy w (MORE)

What are the differences between the Romeo and Juliet movie and book?

It depends which movie and, for that matter, which book. There have been at least a dozen movies made of Romeo and Juliet, more if you count the ballets and operas. Shakespeare's play wasn't the first telling of the story: he got it from Arthur Brooke, who got it from a French story, the author of w (MORE)

How is Juliet portrayed in the play romeo and Juliet?

\n \nObedient (But not very, since she disobeys her father's desire that she should marry Paris, told to her before she met Romeo) Young Innocent (But not so innocent that she does not look forward to having sex with Romeo on her wedding night.) Pure Vulnerable (Only in the sense that she has no (MORE)

Who played Romeo from Romeo and Juliet?

Considering the fact that this play was written in Elizabethan times, has been performed countless times, and has been adapted to radio drama, movies and tv, the question is literally impossible to answer with a one-name type answer like George C. Scott in the title role of (Patton),. I would estima (MORE)

What is the difference between the story Romeo and Juliet than from the movies?

I know one difference is that in most productions of the play, if not all, they do not show or mention Paris being killed by Romeo in Juliet's tomb. Another one that might be obvious is that the most recent movie takes place in modern time, they just use the old language. for example, they have guns (MORE)

What are the different adaptations of the movie Romeo and Juliet?

Do you mean, what movie adaptations have there been of the play? Well . . . Romeo and Juliet, 1936, Norma Shearer and Leslie Howard Romeo and Juliet, 1955, Susan Shentall and Laurence Harvey Romeo and Juliet, 1968, Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting Romeo and Juliet, 1976, Ann Hasson and Chrisopher (MORE)

Who plays Juliet in the play Romeo and Juliet?

There have been thousands of productions of Romeo and Juliet throughout the years and it would be impossible to list every actor who had ever played her. Some of the more notable performances are: - Mary Saunderon who was the first female to play Juliet professionally (during Shakespearian times w (MORE)

Who is Juliet in the play of Romeo and Juliet?

Juliet is one of the protagonists of 'Romeo and Juliet'. She is the only living child of the Capulet family and at a banquet hosted by her family, she meets and falls in love with Romeo whom she later marries. At the end of the play, Romeo kills himself believing Juliet to be dead when she is actual (MORE)

How does Romeo and Juliet differ from your time?

If you are asking about the details of the play which would make itseem somewhat anachronistic these days, having people wanderingaround with swords on their hips isn't done any more, althoughthere are gang members who walk around armed. (This is the basisfor the West Side Story adaptation, and the (MORE)