Lady Macbeth


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Lady Macbeth

while sleepwalking, discloses her terrible deeds. [Br. Drama: Shakespeare Macbeth]
See: Sleep
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The Manager always played BANQUO himself, his Wife my LADY MACBETH.
Siddons in Lady Macbeth and ordered that horses might be put to her carriage.
Hearing these decisive and terrible words, Lady Macbeth, who had been waiting for a sign of weakness or vacillation on the part of her son-in-law, rose and, with a scared look, left the library.
Thus was Lady Macbeth served by her conscience, when she sought to give her son, and not her husband
Ah, maternal love is a great virtue, a powerful motive -- so powerful that it excuses a multitude of things, even if, after Duncan's death, Lady Macbeth had been at all pricked by her conscience.
Later, when Lady Macbeth becomes mentally unbalanced as a result of her complicity in Duncan's murder, she too [in the sleep-walking scene] sees blood on her hand and even smells it:
The prequel posited a contemporary interpretation of how the lives of Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and King Duncan (Andre Tiangco) got entangled with each other in their youth.
The anti-heroine of Lady Macbeth, portrayed with scorching intensity by 19-yearold Florence Pugh, openly defies these well-worn social conventions to pursue her own selfish agenda, leaving devastation and a mounting body count in her wake.
In starting with the sight of a small boy resting prone and lifeless on the earth, then showing Macbeth and Lady Macbeth standing, grieving, among the meagre crowd assembled beside him, Kurzel's Macbeth wears its shocks on its sleeves even more prominently than its source material.
Las brujas no hicieron mas que recordarselo, la fragilidad de Macbeth y la estirpe real de Lady Macbeth componen a su vez, la oportunidad, el punto de menor firmeza por donde el mal puede penetrar: "Lo hermoso es feo y lo feo es hermoso.
Tired of the drudgery in her life, Lady Macbeth sees this message as a sign from above and persuades her reluctant husband to take matters into his hands.
the of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth (Marion Cotillard) are both inconsolable at the loss of their beloved son.