A story of star-crossed lovers who are destined to die. "Romeo and Juliet" is a story that takes place over the course of four days. Over these four days, the two meet, fall in love, marry and then die. A storyboard by Amy Davis and Suzannah Davis
In the beginning, Romeo saw Juliet from a distance at a Capulet-exclusive party in disguise. Romeo is a Montague. At the party, he introduces himself to Juliet, and they start to fall in love with each other.
While meeting again after the party, Juliet decides she wants to marry Romeo, and Romeo wants to marry her. So, the next day, Romeo has the priest's blessing, and Romeo and Juliet get married.
While attempting to introduce himself to Juliet's family, a street fight breaks out. During the fight, Tybalt and Marcutio died. Romeo was chased by the Capulets and almost died.
Juliet wants a solution to the family issues and goes to the priest for help. The priest offers her a potion to make her appear dead for forty-eight hours.
Romeo had not noticed Juliet was not actually dead, so he went to visit Juliet in the catacomb, then killed himself with poison because the love of his life was dead.
Juliet soon wakes up after the priest arrives and realizes Romeo is dead. Soon, Juliet kills herself because her Romeo is dead.