It is 44 BC in Rome and today is the religious feast. Here are the two tribunes Flavius and Marullus.
"I cannot except the Crown".
In this scene there is the soothsayer who is telling Caesar to "beware the ideas of March". Caesar is shocked and doesn't know what to say but does not worry to much about it.
No, no, no!
In this scene, Cassius is trying to tell Brutus that assassination may be the only way to get rid of Caesar. Brutus goes home and thinks about the idea knowing there has to be another way.
"Now is our best chance".
This scene is showing Antony offering Caesar the crown. Caesar rejects the offer and says "I am for the people, not the power".
In this scene, Caesar falls from his power and is speechless. Before Caesar falls he apologized to all the people he had let down.
This scene is showing Marullus and Flavius making a plan to assassinate Caesar. They think that now Caesar will not have near as much power or support that he did have. They think now would be the perfect chance.