After seeing all the blood in the sink and on her hands, Lady Macbeth wildly tries to clean her hands and sink with a sponge. However, the blood doesn't seem to wash away. Angles: Close up on hands and Lady Macbeth's face + follow Lady Macbeth around the room in a fuller shot.
Lady Macbeth frustratedly throws a sponge at the wall, which leaves a blood stain. The blood slowly trickles down the wall. Angle: Close up on the dripping blood stain.
The doctor and gentlewomen discuss Lady Macbeth's symptoms and the doctor states he is unable to cure Lady Macbeth's illness. He cites from his notebook various patients he had studied who have shown similar behavior. Angle: Close up on Doctor's and Gentlewoman's heads. Consisted of "over-the-shoulder" shots on either sides.
Korea's dictators in recent history are shown as examples of patients who showed similar behavior to Lady Macbeth Angle: Close up on photos of the dictators along with subtitle explaining who they are.