Macbeth Project

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  • Shot Number 1 Type of shot: medium wide shot . Angle: eye-level
  • Shot Number 2 Type of shot: medium close up . Angle: high angle shot
  • Shot Number 3 Type of shot: medium shot . Angle: eye-level
  • Dialogue: Macbeth and Duncan are discussing how Duncan will become the captain of the team if he keeps playing well. Duncan praises Macbeth for how good of a teammate he has been to him. Shot Description: The medium wide shot captures Duncan and Macbeth's conversation and the scene ends with both characters leaving.
  • Shot Number 4 Type of shot: close-up . Angle: eye-level
  • Dialogue: Macbeth comes home and thinks out loud to himself about how Duncan will become captain. He is a bit jealous but he is also happy for his friend. Shot Description: The camera will zoom into a medium close up on Macbeth to capture him speaking about his thoughts.
  • Shot Number 5 Type of shot: wide/long shot . Angle: low angle shot
  • Dialogue: Macbeth greets his friend Banquo at the door and tells him about how Duncan will become captain of the team. Banquo thinks Macbeth should be captain and jokingly suggests that Macbeth should assault Duncan so he can't play basketball and become captain. Macbeth takes what Banquo says seriously. Shot Description: The camera is in a medium shot at eye-level to capture the conversation between the two characters.
  • Shot Number 6 Type of shot: medium close-up zooms to extreme close-up . Angle: eye-level
  • Dialogue: Macbeth calls his girlfriend and tells her about what Banquo suggested he should do to Duncan. She overwhelmingly encourages him to do it and he is convinced. Shot Description: The camera is in a close up of Macbeth and it cuts back and forth between Macbeth and Macbeth's Girlfriend as they have their conversation.
  • Dialogue: Macbeth talks to himself while he prepares to attack Duncan and he talks to himself again after he beats up Duncan while he is running away. Shot Description: The camera is in a wide/long shot in order to capture the surroundings as well as the attack.The camersais at a low angle to dd depth to the scene.
  • Dialogue: Macbeth screams when he hallucinates the blood on his hands. He is frantic and this is where he becomes unhinged and insane. Shot Description: The shot starts in a medium close-up and then zooms in on his hands in an extreme close-up to show all of the blood. The camera remains at eye-level throughout the scene.
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