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Depicting a cruel world and inescapable deadlines the film Shakespeare in Love allows a light to force its way through the darkness as it creates a wonderful image of what love truly is beauty and inspiration A romantic comedy set in London in the late sixteenth century Will Shakespeare a young playwright has been struggling with his latest work Romeo and Ethel the Pirates Daughter Not only has he fallen behind with an approaching deadline but also he has yet to write a single line due to his bad case of writers block At casting auditions Will is not impressed until a young unfamiliar actor by the name of Thomas Kent gets Wills attention after which Thomas runs out of the theatre What Will doesnt know is that Thomas Kent is in fact the love of his life in disguise wealthy Viola de Lesseps a young lady he will soon meet She will soon work as inspiration for his play In Shakespearian times it was against that law for women to act on stage Viola does not allow the law to come in the way of her passion for this art when she is cast as Romeo the lead By the time that Will realizes that Thomas is truly Viola shes promised in marriage to the heartless Lord Wessex which means that the Queen herself has expectations for the wedding to take place Will and Violas find themselves too greatly attracted and in love to resist each other caught up in a forbidden romance its no wonder that the play turns to a tragedy A cinematic masterpiece Shakespeare in Love is truly a rarity Deserving of all Oscar nominations and winnings this film is not only one I will remember but also one that has set that bar high for motion pictures to come Loving the story of Romeo and Juliet aided my appreciation for this film What really did it
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