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In the Hamlet version with David Tennat, Ophelia is confused by what Laertes is telling her as her posture suggests with her brother being more determined in getting his point across.
In the Shakespearean play version of Hamlet, Laertes treats Ophelia as his equal by sitting next to her instead of hovering over her.
In the Helen Carter version of Hamlet, Laertes and Ophelia act like most loving siblings would, by greeting each other with smiles and hugs instead of tears and anger like previous versions.
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