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Belief on Witches More than four hundred years ago everybody believed in witches and everyone had a good quality ideal of what a witch looked like and what they did and how they done it This was a good advantage to Shakespeare as he knew a lot about the witches Polanskis portrayals of the witches are very different as today in life people usually dont believe in witches they only live in fairy tales The witches are said to be very frightening and very powerful They were said to have power of the weather conditions and all that is evil They had power over nature over the wind storms rain and fog The witches had hideous faces They looked similar to men only they were women with beards Their faces were ugly and green in some cases They had a huge blemish on their end of their snout They had a power of any creature that they wanted They could have the power of a snake They could kill you instantly Plus many were scared to be around any type of witch Polanskis had to use the information that Shakespeare used in the play and his own knowledge of the witches over the past four hundred years Throughout the Polanskis video we discover the witches dont get out much In Shakespeares text in the opening the only information he gives us are three words to think about the witches being among others is A desolate place These three words may tell us that the witches want to be alone or have to be alone as the public doesnt want them Which is why in Polanskis movie the witches open in an eerie lonely and scary area Which made me consider Are these witches actual people only with a sort of problem being around people or are they just pure evil Are they the servants of the devil or are they banned
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