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A visual of the famous play itself in 6 scenes, including the Prologue.

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  • Ismene, dear sister, I'm gonna set out to avenge my destiny.
  • I'm gonna burry Polyneices.
  • What do you mean, sister?
  • Oh, Antigone, you're crazy! You're mad!
  • WHAT IS IT????!!!! SPIT IT OUT, MAN!!!!!!
  • Your majesty... Uh... Somebody has buried Polyneices' body!!!!!.....
  • Your highness... May I suggest that it might've been... the gods?
  • And you, Antigone, with your head hanging, do you confess this thing?
  • I do. I deny NOTHING.
  • Listen here, you! If she dies, I die with her! We're sisters!
  • Antigone realizes that under the unjust rules of Creon, Polyneices should'be been buried with military honors, so she decides to burry him, while her sister Ismene replies with fear and worry, scared to bare the consequences of her actions.
  • Father! The girl didn't do anything! She deserves a fait of honors, not DEATH!
  • As Creon rules supreme, after his arrival, the cowardly Sentry arrives, with the alarming news of Polyneices' burial, not knowing who did it, as Choragos suggests that maybe it's the gods, and Creon roaring back that this is preposterous, the gods wouldn't do this.
  • Oh, Polyneices. Oh, father. I'm coming for you. Hang on in there. At last, our happy family reunion will come true, you will see me and I will see you again, after our long lasted curse. I love you, father. Hang on in there. I'm coming for you.
  • After the guards finally capture Antigone burying Polyneices, they accuse her and send her to Creon. However, she's surprisingly proud and feels honorable and not scared, and she stands up to him.
  • The destiny of Haemon, Creon's son, was to be Antigone's fiancée and eventually marry her. However, Haemon denied his own fait and stood up to Creon, telling him that Antigone deserves a fully honorable fait, not death at all, for what she did.
  • While Antigone is taken to death, she gets kinda excited, because she'll be in the underworld, where her family reunion will finally happen, and she gets to see her parents again.
  • The wise Teiresias warns Creon that if he doesn't change, although he'll live, but he'all suffer bad. Thinking he's a crazy old man, Creon decides to burry Polyneices and change, to find Haemon and Antigone both committing suicide, blaming himself for what he's done.
  • HAEMON!!!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT HAVE I DONE?????!!!!! WHAT HAVE I DONE???!!!!!! NOOOOOO!!!!!!!! THIS IS ALL MY FAULT!!!!!! THAT CRAZY OLD MAN WAS RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!
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