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The Comparison and Contrast of Hamlet, The Prince Of Denmark

Created by Kendra Lindsey and Rashaya Evans
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Transcript of The Comparison and Contrast of Hamlet, The Prince Of Denmark

Conclusion While the two actors, David Tennant and Kennneth Branogh, portrayed their own different and similiar views of Hamlet, they both acted correctly but with different traits towards their character. Thesis David Tennant (2010) Act 1, Scene 1 Act 1, Scene 2 David Tennant (2010) Act 5, Scene 1, Part 2 In conclusion, although Tennant and Branagh showed different and similar traits, they both protrayed HAMLET as it should be. Being that they were different people and the scene were made in different years, they both acted their part to the best of their abilities and made it just like Shakespere did. By: Kendra Lindsey and Rashaya Evans The comparison and contrast of Hamlet, The Prince of Denmark Thank you :) The End. He was shocked about the queen and king being there.
Hamlet was angry at some points.
Tried to interrupt the funeral, but Horatio held him back.
Fights with Latere's
Explained no one will ever love as much as he did for Ophelia Act 5, Scene 1, Part 2 David Tennant (2010) He was shocked about the queen and king being there.
Hamlet was angry at some points.
Tried to interrupt the funeral, but Horatio held him back.
Fights with Latere's
Explained no one will ever love as much as he did for Ophelia Kenneth Branagh, (1996) -Horatio and Hamlet are talking
-They seem concerned
-Hamlet has white hair.
-He seems afraid, horrified, and scared when the bird started to screech.
-He believes the skull is Caspers.
-Visualize a Flashback from a fight
-No funeral happens
-Hiding in the woods at night behind a bush -Mean
-Braty
-Uncomfortable
-Mad/Upset
-Intense Attitude
He was looking down
-Stiff
-Trying to hard
- & Nervous Kenneth Branagh (1996) -Angry
-Really Upset
-Confident
-Evil
-Really into it
-Tone was Harsh While David Tennant character was playing the part correctly of being agry with his mom and uncle he wasn't what Shakespere portrayed in HAMLET, his character was somewhat shy and nervous, unlike the character of Kenneth Branagh. While Tennant was unsure of himself, Kenneth was a powerful similiarity of what shakespere wanted. -Scared
-Curious
-Confident
-Frighten of his Father's Ghost
-Well Acted Out -Confident
-Well acted out
- Scared
-Worried
& Curious Kenneth Branagh (1996) While David Tennant and Kenneth had different traits while acting out HAMLET as their individual characters, they shared many similiar traits in Act1, Scene 1. They both acted the play very well and portrayed what Shakespere did. Both being Curious, Frighten and Confident made it a great scene.
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