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28 October 2014

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"Macbeth Act 4 Scene 1"


By Wallace Hall Academy, teacher Jane McMillan

Featuring Suzy, Elspeth, Gordon, Scott, James, Julia, Lizzie, Owen, Roger, Ruaraidh, Zenith and Ben.

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About this film

We chose to adapt the "apparition" scene in which Macbeth, desparate to hold on to power, visits the witches for further predictions about the future.

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emma
wow that was so good! i met some of you guys when i visited england! glad owen has grown his hair now though! the film was amazing!

jk
cool

john footface
i thought this was extremely good! i dont go to wallace hall at all!

--BeRt--
This was definitely the best 60 second Shakespeare. It should without doubt be put on the TV for the nation to see and enjoy. Well done guys it was amazing!!

Aaron
I thought this film was wonderful! The girls in it were very hot!!

Steve
Great one guys. The pictures look professional, the sound was accurate and the music set the atmosphere in a great way. Put it on TV!

Charles
The style adopted was good, and the grey filter used also added to the overall eerie effect. However, I felt that the voices could have been more expressive - some emphasis on particular words was not corretcly placed and lacked feeling and meaning. I think that the photography side was excellently done as well, and the chosen music added greatly to the overall film. Well done!

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