Welcome, dear Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. I really want to see both of you and seek your help. As you know, Hamlet's transformation got worse. I think it is because of his father's death. I hope you two can watch him and find out what is bothering him so that I could fix it.
You are our king and queen. I will help you as possible as I can.
Gentlemen, my son has often talked about you. You two seem very close to him. If you can help us, you can receive the benefits.
We will do everything within our power.
Thanks, Rosencrantz and gentle Guildenstern.
May God and our efforts will help Hamlet.
Thanks. Please go to see my son.
Tell me about it!
I have no doubt that the cause of Hamlet's lunacy is his father's death and our marriage.
I braught the good news from Norway's ambassadors, my lord. And I found the cause of Hamlet's lunacy.
Voltemand, what's the news from my king of Norway?
When he found out it was intented to against your highness, he felt upset. So he arrested his nephews. And he sent his request for that army's safe passage through Denamark on its way to Poland.
He returns your greetings and wishes of good health. As we meet him, he gave an order to restraining his nephew's army.
This suits me just fine. I will take care of the request. Go get some rest and welcome home.
Now, it is time to discuss what a monarch should be, why day is day, why night is night. Your noble son is mad. Since there is nothing else other than to be mad.
How about a little more substance, and less fancy language?
Exactly. My daughter received many of them from Hamlet.
Madam, he is really mad. He fell in love with my daughter. Look at this letter. There are so many poor and horrible words.