Julius Caesar
Updated: 5/14/2020
Julius Caesar
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Act 4, Scene 3

Storyboard Text

  • Brutus wants to march to Philippi, but Cassius doesn't think that it's a good idea because he says that it's better for the enemy to come and chase after. That way they will be tired. Brutus's reason is the opposite from what Cassius thinks.
  • Let's march to Philippi!!
  • No.
  • With a couple of angry exchanges, Cassius decides to reluctantly give in to the idea of marching to Philippi. With this, they decide to prepare for their march. Then, Brutus decides that they should never fight again because they are brothers and it was tearing them apart.
  • Marching to Philippi is the only way!
  • Have it your way.
  • After their bickering, they say goodnight to everyone. Brutus notices Lucius talking drowsily and offers to let Varrus and Claudio sleep in his tent. Brutus tells them he might awake them later to send an errand to Cassius.
  • Varrus and Claudio, come sleep on the cushions in my tent. I might ask you later for a favor.
  • whatever you need Sir.
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