Storyboard for Act II and III
Ophelia tells her father, Polonius, that Hamlet has been acting very strange. Polonius assumes that Hamlet is mad with love to explain his actions. Because of this, Polonius further investigates his actions and reports to the king.
Hamlet meets the actors, and after he requests them to act out a scene, he invites them to the castle. He has decided that he wants to set-up a play in order to confirm the Ghost's words.
After everyone else has left the stage, Hamlet says his soliloquy. About how he is preparing himself to commit heinous deeds in the name of revenge for his father. He curses himself for not having more determination as he considers himself righteous.
Hamlet meets Ophelia, and talks to her. Hamlet belittles Ophelia telling her to go to her nunnery. Ophelia then begs God to help Hamlet. Claudius and Polonius were listening to the conversation and decided that Hamlet acting peculiar because of his love of Ophelia
Claudius is deeply perturbed by the play and calls for a stop to it. Hamlet and Horatio observe Claudius during the play. The events during the play are similar to how Claudius killed the King since Hamlet wanted to confirm Claudius's guilt.
Hamlet and his mother are talking about Claudius. Hamlet points out the sins that his mother has committed. He advises his mother to stay away from Claudius.
Polonius tries to eavesdrop on their conversation, while doing so, Hamlet hears him and stabs him.
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