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Kenneth Branagh’s Role The Branagh version of Shakespeare’s play Hamlet bring s a much more enlightening experience to the feelings and actions of the characters. Branagh incorporates an authentic aristocratic setting where even the background visuals bring out the characters themselves. The imagery is able to capture symbolic parts of Shakespeare’s play, and emphasizes their relation to the story. Kenneth Branagh portrays Hamlet’s role in a deeply moving performance, almost makes the character his own. His strong emotions and patterned rhythm match the Shakespearian tragedy with little effort. In this manner, Branagh proves to be a competent director and actor in featuring Hamlet as not just a classic, but as a tragic real world conflict in history. With the introduction, Branagh brings the play straight into an ominous atmosphere. The Blenheim Palace, where the movie was directed, was able to create a scene of dark impending dangers. The hours of night rather than daylight and a season of cold winter characterized the theme of death. Already the audience could observe Hamlet’s misery beginning to take place over his father’s end. The director succeeds to contrast the gloomy mood with the happy aristocrats living peacefully in the royal palace. Often, there were scenes of high-class men dressed in full uniform and women in jewels and evening dress gathering in the court in laughter or comfort. The sight is disconcerting to the viewer and helps reason why Hamlet’s reaction is impulsive and angry. Aside from the setting, Branagh continues to brighten the palace with vibrant colors such as, red and white. For example, the white and black tiles in the royal court depicted a figurative metaphor of peace and war. The mirrors on the side reflected the true versions of each character. What the character saw on the outside he could not see on the inside, because the…...

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