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1The most noticeable different aspect about the changes between the written play of Henry V and the media version of it was the omission of many lines in the movie Numerous examples can be cited as instances where this takes place In act II-scene 1 lines 101 through 104 were eliminated The lines talked about the impertinent topic of their quarreling over an irrelevant subject over money The director chose to erase lines that he felt werent pertinent to the entirety of the story In actuality all of the lines are obviously important and add to the integrality of the play because of Shakespeares decision to put them there 2The chronological orders of act II-scene 2 and act II-scene 3 are switched In scene 2 the identities of three conspirators Cambridge Scroop and Grey on the kings life are found out Scroop appears to be a close companion of the king from the particular attention put on this man both in the actions of the other characters and the spoken words said to him But O What shall I say to thee Lord Scroop thou cruel Ingrateful savage and inhuman creature Thou that didst bear the key of all my counsels That knewst the very bottom of my soul Also in the movie another man in the scene slaps Scroop across the face After their confession Henry V for the good of the nation has these men executed This is a very important scene about the kings nature and his great sophistication of the way he handles matters which are personal and yet political The king tactfully gave the three traitors a chance to exhibit their character by giving them an opportunity to show how merciful and just they were by getting their assessment on a situation involving a petty crime where the punishment was questionable They failed the kings test by showing their corruption on the level of justice by advising
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