The Cask of Amontillado
By macyt28, Updated
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Fortunato and Montressor meet at the carnival where Fortunato insists on tasting Montressor's Amontillado.
Montressor leads Fortunato into his cellar where he has been told the Amontillado is.
Montressor tries to convince Fortunato not to come because he is sick.
I put a silly hat on Fortunato because in the story, he was dressed up as a jester. I chose this setting because it looks like they are in town where the carnival would be. I made Montressor's clothes and hair dark colors to show his dark personality and I made Fortunato's clothes and hair lighter colors to show his bright personality.
The cellar has bones scatters everywhere including on the walls. They finally reach the Amontillado.
I made it so that you could only see Montressor and Fortunato's backs because they are walking through the dark and creepy cellar.
Montressor chains Fortunato to the bones on the wall, bricks him in, and leaves him there to die.
I gave Fortunato a determined look because his pride led him not to give up on the Amontillado. I gave Montressor a confused look because he is trying to convince him to go home.
After 50 years, Montressor has not gotten caught for what he did to Fortunato.
I chose this setting because there are skeletons on the walls because that is how they were in the story. I made it so that Fortunato looks surprised to finally find the Amontillado.
I dropped Fortunato's hat on the ground because he is pinned to the wall and I made Montressor look very proud that his plan had worked.
I chose this setting because it is what an average day would have looked like since "The Fortunato incident" is over. He is turned doing ordinary work to show that nothing in his life has changed because he never got caught.
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