What are some questions to ask about Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo and JulietTo which city does Romeo go after being exiled from Verona? Why is Romeo exiled? Who performs Romeo and Juliet’s marriage? Who is the fairy that Mercutio says visits Romeo in dreams? What does the Nurse advise Juliet to do after Romeo is exiled? Where do Romeo and Juliet meet? Who kills Mercutio?
How is the Romeo and Juliet movie different from the play?
There are many differences between this film and the play. One of the most notable differences is the death scene near the end of the play. In the play, Romeo dies beside Juliet, the priest enters the tomb, and Juliet awakes to find him cold. This is another major difference between the play and movie.
What films are based on Romeo and Juliet?
Retellings of ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ rankedRomeo & Juliet (2013) Hailee Steinfeld (Juliet) and Douglas Booth (Romeo). ( Romeo Must Die (2000) Russell Wang and Jet Li in Romeo Must Die. Gnomeo & Juliet (2011) Warm Bodies (2013) Romeo and Juliet (2013) William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet (1996) 3. Shakespeare in Love (1998)
Is Titanic based on Romeo and Juliet?
The film The Titanic tells the story of a couple, Jack and Rose, who are similar to Romeo and Juliet. Jack and Rose are on board the maiden voyage of the ship the Titanic across the Atlantic Ocean. Both Romeo and Juliet and The Titanic used banishment as an attempt to keep the lovers away from each other.
What came first Titanic or Romeo and Juliet?
Rudd and DiCaprio starred together in Baz Lurhmann’s Romeo + Juliet, which came out the year before Titanic (the third highest grossing film of all time) was released.
What is the most accurate Romeo and Juliet movie?
Pasta-Enthusiast Currently, the most accurate Romeo and Juliet adaptation, in my opinion, is the version released in 2013. (It is on netflix as well) It has most of the original dialogue, has the historically accurate costumes and set, and the acting is superb. It really shows the characters’ personalities and motives.
How old was Romeo and Juliet?
In this work, Juliet is a young girl of 16, while Romeo is somewhat older. Shakespeare cuts three years off Juliet’s age to make her the tender age of 13: as Old Capulet says to Paris, ‘she hath not seen the change of fourteen years’.