Julius Caesar: Act 3 (Jamie Ellis)
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As Caesar arrived at the Senate, Artemidorus greeted him with a warning about the conspiracy.
Caesar does not take it and hustles into the Senate.
When Caesar comes inside the Senate, the conspirators are there waiting to stab him to death. Caesar's last words are pictured, where he is shocked to find his companion was one of the men who executed his murder.
Et tu, Brute!
Brutus tells a compelling speech at Caesar's funeral of his intentions for participating in the murder. The crowd wants Brutus as king.
Antony also gives a compelling speech, coming out holding Caesar's body. He refers to Brutus as an "honorable man."
Antony cries in his speech, showing the crowd where Caesar was stabbed. Also, he reads the will. The crowd immediately breaks out in riots.
In one of the riots, Cinna the Poet is torn to pieces for having a name similar to one of the conspirators.
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