Dear Diary, So, uncle, there you are. Now to my wo...
Lines : 92 - 99 Shot : Third person view. The camera is centered on Hamlet, and the focus point zooms closer throughout his speach. There is a snake and spider, both with sybolic meanings. Playing poker, by presenting the ghost only exiting the screen (through the bottom right corner). Ghost fades out of scene.
Lines : 100 - 109 Shot : Camera angle is right in his face, his thoughts appear in visible cloudy bubbles, as a side. He rips open his head to reveal his brain that allows the viewers access to his memories.
Lines : 110 - 113 Shot : Hamlet types on his phone a diary update to his plans. The back of his head is visible to th viewers so they have a better picture of his diary entry, and they know it is Hamlet who is typing the message. Horatio and Marcellus fly in with speed and question, in there animal forms.
Lines : 114 - 120 Shot : Horatio and Marcellus swoop in and transform into their true selves, to speak with their master (Hamlet). Hamlet is still on his knees as he just had an incredible encounter and was still in shock. Horatio and Marcellus are both concerned about Hamlet's well being.
Lines : 120 - 131 Shot : The characters slowly dift outside into the dark night. Horatio and Marcellus are attempting to convince Hamlet to trust them. Hamlet is leading them on with a story but. avoides there offer. A silhouette is present, fades into the scene then fades out, but only viewers notice, forshadows future event. The snake also reappears to the audiences attention.
Lines : 132 - 141 Shot : Hamlet appologizes to Horatio and Marcellus for being offensive, and Horatio acknowledges his apology but says it is not nessasary. Marcellus is quiet in the background. The snake leaves the scene, only its take is visible which is very questionable, but symbolic.