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I think the author was trying to write a drama with some comedy added into it I think he was trying to say how love prevails over all evil In the movie two people fall in love and are to be married A bad character tries to prevent the wedding by setting the girl up He makes it look like she is untrue to her future husband In the end the two find out that it was a setup by the bad character and they get married The bad guy gets in trouble and the couple lives happily ever after Author The elements of the genre its universal appearance Individuality and freshness was very good One of my favorite parts of the movie is its Individuality and appearance It is a very good play because of these components of this play The organization of the play is put together very well The organization of the play is one of its best features The dialogue is also done very well It sets the mood and time set of the play Acting The characters in this play were very believable The actoractresses played the characters very well and made their characters very lifelike One of the most believable parts of the movie is when Claudio and Herio are supposed to get married and he accuses her of being untrue to their love I also think when Benedict and Beatrice try to hide their feelings for each other is done very well The characters reactions are so believable I think all of the characters were true to the play and the production The acting was very spontaneous I saw the movie twice after the classes viewing and both times noticed things I did not notice in the first viewing That makes a good playmovie to me All of the characters quality interpretation and projection was very suitable for the characters The actorsactresses knew just when
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