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Two brothers are fighting a war against each other they both die in battle. One is on the Creon the king's side and the other is not. The brother on the King's side gets a proper solider baril and the other is left to rot. The King will punish anyone who baries the other brother.
Antigone one of the sisters of the two brothers hear about what the king said. She is deeply upset and decides to disobey the king. She ask her sister for help on giving their unbaried brother the proper barial. Her sister refuses to disobey Creon the king and Antigone gets upset and disowns her sister. Her sister begs her not to disobey the king's law but Antigone does it anyways.
A few guards watch the dead brother's body making sure no one goes against what the king said. One night they fall asleep and wake up to see the brother and it shows that someone gave him a proper baril. Then one of them go to tell the king. Creon gets angry and scares the guy into making sure they capture the rebel. The next night during a sand storm the guards witness Antigone once again giving her brother a proper baril. They capture her and bring her to the king.
Creon decides to punish Antigone and her sister Ismene by death. Then Creon's son argues with him about his dad's poor decisions. Antigone is Teiresias's soon to be wife. So Creon decides to let Ismene free but still kill Antigone. So he sends Antigone somewhere to die.
Many people try to warn him about his foolishness but he doesn't listen. Then a prophet tells him that he is going to regret his decision. Eventually he listens and goes to free Antigone.
When he goes to free Antigone he finds her dead in his son Teiresias's arms. She had made a nuse out of vine and hung herself. When Teiresias sees his dad he spits on him curse him, because Antigone was his bride to be. Then stabs himself and dies with Antigone. Later the queen hears about it. And she goes in front of an altar and curses Creon's name and stabs herself. That leaves Creon by himself living in regret because of his foolishness.
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