Act 3 storyboard

Act 3 storyboard

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  • Ay, Caesar, but not gone.
  • The ides of March are come
  • Trebonius wants you to look over his humble petition, at your leisure.
  • Hail, Caesar! Read this schedule.
  • What, is the fellow mad?
  • Et tu, Bruté?
  • In this scene what is going on is that Caesar is basically being cocky and saying to the SoothSayer who told him a month ago that something bad is going to happen to him. Caesar is telling him nothing has happened, the soothsayer says so far.
  • If then that friend demand why Brutus rose against Caesar, this is my answer: not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more.
  • In this scene people are warning Caesar and Something bad is going to happen and read the letter, which is going to tell him that but he is not trying to listen to them.
  • I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.
  • The conspirators are killing Caesar and Caesar is even more surprised when he sees Brutus
  • Tear him to pieces. He’s a conspirator.
  • I am not Cinna the conspirator.
  • In this scene Brutus is telling the Romans why he killed Caesar is because he loved Rome and he didn't want Caesar to corrupted.
  • Anthony is telling the Romans that the conspirators killed Caesar like they were butchers and his death was very bloody which basically got the crowd on Anthony's side who is trying to avenge Caesar.
  • The people of Rome are looking for the conspirators and they are looking to kill them and they are going around looking for them. However, they got the wrong Cinna and they end up killing Cinna the Poet
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