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Macbeth (2015) photos, including production stills, premiere photos and other event photos, publicity photos, behind-the-scenes, and more.

Macbeth (2015) photos, including production stills, premiere photos and other event photos, publicity photos, behind-the-scenes, and more.

Macbeth - movie poster - Stain Girl

Macbeth - movie poster - Stain Girl

This picture represents how Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are both equally as guilty with the murder of Duncan as the picture shows both people with bloody hands.  Although, Lady Macbeth did not commit the murder, she spurred Macbeth on to do it therefore she shares just as much of the blame as Macbeth.

This picture represents how Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are both equally as guilty with the murder of Duncan as the picture shows both people with bloody hands. Although, Lady Macbeth did not commit the murder, she spurred Macbeth on to do it therefore she shares just as much of the blame as Macbeth.

I chose this picture as i feel that it shows what Lady Macbeth is going through. Even though technically Macbeth was the one that killed Duncan, without Lady Macbeth he could have never done so. Because of this, on the inside, Lady Macbeth knows that the King's blood is also on her hands, which could later on make her feel guilty. This guilt could then manifest itself into paranoia and eventually insanity later on in the play.

I chose this picture as i feel that it shows what Lady Macbeth is going through. Even though technically Macbeth was the one that killed Duncan, without Lady Macbeth he could have never done so. Because of this, on the inside, Lady Macbeth knows that the King's blood is also on her hands, which could later on make her feel guilty. This guilt could then manifest itself into paranoia and eventually insanity later on in the play.

deviantART: More Like Stock Font 1 - Blood by Raven-

deviantART: More Like Stock Font 1 - Blood by Raven-

After Macbeth killed Duncan Shakespeare used blood imagery to show that Macbeth was covered in evil. Even though literally Macbeth's hands were covered in blood, this is what Shakespeare meant.

After Macbeth killed Duncan Shakespeare used blood imagery to show that Macbeth was covered in evil. Even though literally Macbeth's hands were covered in blood, this is what Shakespeare meant.