some serious damage to Tybalt. This hectic mood is portrayed by the camera getting jerky, as if it has turned into a handheld camera, like a documentary following a war scene. Another type of sound employed by Luhrman in the film is music. Romeo and Juliet is the ultimate tale of love that is too great to bear. In Romeo and Juliet, the spoken word gets more attention than in any other film, due mostly to the fact that the film keeps to the original text, dated 1597. Since the invention of the motion picture in 1894, Romeo and Juliet has been one of the most popular subject matters.
However, while Shakespeare implies as to the physicality of their love, Luhrman shows it (the touching) not only to show what Shakespeare was suggesting but also to meet the expectations of a contemporary audience which prefers action to implication. The weather also turns from day to night, light to dark, which suggests that there is lots of deceit in this scene because Romeo is confused about Mercutio dying in his arms. Religion was thus portrayed by the holy music, the cross around Juliets neck, her costume and all supplemented by Shakespeares religious imagery.
However after this Mercutio goes to strike Tybalt again with a plank of wood, but Romeo stops him by getting in the way and holding him back. Then Tybalt and Petruchio enter, just two against around six, you just know somethings going to happen. Benvolio on the other hand, keeps telling Mercutio to retire, but Mercutio will not. However, the words of Desrees Kissing You are a slow and melodious almost lethargically, and religious and holy. Yönetime hakaret etmek, ücretle hizmet alyormu gibi emir kipi kullanmak siteden uzaklatrlma sebebidir. This shows how in tune they are with each other, much as Romeo and Mercutios sharing of lines in Act 1, scene 4 reflects their good relationship. The "ancient grudge" is one of many conditions and incidents, which together can be, considered an influence counter-acting the relationship between Romeo and Juliet.