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However, this thought creates an inner turmoil. The story revolves around three attributes that include bravery, self-doubt, and ambition. In the film, the violent setting of Macbeth follows the ancient style but director Orson Welles and Editor Louis Lindsay try to maintain the original language of the text (Shakespeare and Pearce 33).
Focusing on the visual differences created by characters in the book and the film, this paper will seek to write an argumentative essay comparing Macbeth the text with Macbeth the film shot in year 1948. Due to these differences, the meaning and presentation of ideas and functions of the characters shows that the textbook is more deliberate than the film in terms of themes and concepts.
In the text, readers understand that the story is about struggle for mastery of some characteristics, which comprise of bravery, self-doubt, and ambition where the author (William Shakespeare) tries to explain the things that guilt and ambition can bring to a man who happens to lack the strength of a character (Rank 49). Upon looking at the sensual part of Shakespeare’s great villains, it is seeable that Macbeth is an irrevocable evil who is separate from the author’s description of characters with such attributes due to his weak character. Unlike in other stories where characters with such attributes are strong and able to conquer their self-doubt and guilt, Macbeth is different (Shakespeare and Pearce 54). He is, indeed, a great warrior but one thing is for sure: he is ill equipped and he does not possess the ability to understand the psychic consequences that may come along with a crime committed.
On the other end, the film Macbeth is a hilarious capture of a violent group described as performing most of its crimes in the locales (Rank 55). The character Macbeth performed by Orson Welles shows an indication of a power-obsessed individual who kills
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