Essay heading: A Comparison of the Fight Scene in Act 3 of Shakespeare's Play ?Romeo and Juliet' in the Film Version

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Both of the films are also romances, which is obvious, and the main theme of the play/film, but the romance is brought into the fight scene in Lurhmann's version so as to make it feel more important and noticeable. I think that these adaptations of the script by Lurhmann make the film more like a modern drama and very different to the Zeffirelli version...
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I think that these adaptations of the script by Lurhmann make the film more like a modern drama and very different to the Zeffirelli version. In the film production team (the institution), there are a lot of different people who want the film to be different. The people have different ideas of how to make the film and what to put in it...
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