In this scene a supporter of Caesar, Artemidorus is testing Caesar. He knows about the plot and want to see if Caesar is as bad as people think he is. He writes a letter explaining the plot to kill him. If he does not take the letter it shows he is conceded and should not be a ruler. But Caestsr walks away from the letter intead of excepting in.
Portia trying to find out what's wrong with Brutus
What are you hiding from me Brutus?
In this scene Caeser is stabbed to death. Conspirators kill him due to the fact that they believe he would be a bad ruler. The only way to stop him is to kill him. They think he has to much power and is conceded. Caesar falls to the ground and dies.
Cinna a poet is killed
In this scene Brutus specks out about the murder of Caeser. Though he was friends with Caeser he did have part in killing him. He tells the Romans that he cared for Ceaser but he cared more for Romes well being. He explains that it was the only option to save Rome. He says he was very sad about the choice he made but it was the only chose they had.
I just don't feel well I'm hiding nothing from you!
In this scene, Brutuses wife Portia is trying to get Brutus to tell her his secret. The secret he is hiding is that he is going to be involved with killing Caesar. While Brutus is saying he just doesn't feel well Portia is not falling for it. She believes as his wife she should know. She says he's been acting off and deserves to know what's wrong with her husband. She also says she will stab herself in the thigh to show she can handle the secret.
This scene shows a different Cinna than the one involved in the murder of Caeser being killed. At first people believed he was the right Cinna. When they found out he was the wrong Cinna they didn't care. At this point the people of Rome where so upset and sad about that fact Caeser was killed. They then killed the wrong Cinna out of anger.