Julius Caesar Storyboard

Julius Caesar Storyboard

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  • What-have you seen something so strange that it is clearly an omen from the gods?
  • A common slave-you'd know him if you saw him-held up his left hand which flamed and burned like twenty torches together. And yet his hand was immune to fire and didn't get burned. 
  • Cassius, what night is this?
  • A very pleasing night to an honest man. 
  • But why did you tempt the heavens like that? Mankind's role is to fear and tremble when the almighty gods send warning signs. 
  • You're acting stupid Casca and you lack the quick wits that a Roman should have-or else 
  • The omen is that something bad is going to happen; for example, the murdering of Julius Caesar. Calphurnia had seen a bad omen in a dream the night before. 
  • You're talking about Caesar, right, Cassius?
  • Let it be who it is. Romans today still have the powerful bodies, but, unfortunately, we don't have their manly spirits, and instead we take after their mothers. Our tolerance for slavery and oppression shows us to be weak, like women. 
  • The characters are talking about how tonight is a good night for some people because Caesar destiny is coming together that night, but it isn't by him. Caesar doesn't know what is going to happen. 
  • Oh, Cassius if you could only convince Brutus to join us- 
  • Don't worry. Good Cinna, take this paper and be sure to lay it on the judge's chair where Brutus sits, so he'll find it. 
  • Oh, the people love him well. Things would look bad if we did them, Brutus could do and look virtuous- just like an alchemist turns worthless tin to gold. 
  • Cassius thinks that Casca is being stupid with all of the omen stuff and believing in heaven and the almighty God. Cassius doesn't believe in this type of stuff in our world.
  • Yes, you're absolutely right about how worthy Brutus is and how much we need him. Let's go, because it's already after midnight and we want him on our side before daylight. 
  • Cassius is telling Casca that he believes that he gets all of their genetics from their mothers. That's why he believes that no one is strong or manly enough for what is going to happen in Rome.
  • They are talking about how they want Brutus on the Consporators side because if they get Brutus on their side then Rome will not be as mad because Brutus is noble and honest. 
  • Casca and Cassius are talking about how they want to have Brutus on their side when talking about killing Caesar. If they do get Brutus on their side, then the murdering will be a little bit easier, during and the aftermath. 
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