Lady Macbeth walks around in her cell, carrying her red lamp. Lady Macbeth rubs her hands . Angle: Camera stays still as Lady Macbeth walks closer and walks by.
Doctor and Gentlewoman wonder why Lady Macbeth rub her hand as they do not see the "blood" on her hands. Angle: Close up on Doctor and Gentlewoman's conversation outside jail cell.
The screen cuts to a furiously running faucet. The sink is clean and the water is clear. Angle: Close up on running faucet and clean sink.
Lady Macbeth walks to the sink as if she is entranced by the running water. She starts frantically washing her hands as if to erase something. Angle: Follows Lady Macbeth to the sink
The doctor and gentlewoman peer into the window, studying Lady Macbeth’s actions. Angle: View of backs of doctor and gentlewoman
The scene cuts back and forth between a clean sink and a bloody sink. Lady Macbeth fervently rubs her hands as if to wash a stain off. Angle: Two angles are swapped back and forth. One angle is in the view of Lady Macbeth and is a close up on her bloody hands. The other angle is from the view of the doctor and gentlewoman and thus shows a side view of Lady Macbeth washing clean hands in a clean sink.