e story is that it uses a constant location, regular actors, and a black and white picture which tends to be somewhat a serious choice for a comic script, yet the film does wonders as a romantic comedy. I would highly recommend this light-hearted movie to those who love romantic comedies, Shakespeare’s stories, and a strong script.
Dogberry is the character in the play which is the comic incompetent figure. The character which particularly plays the comic part in typical Shakespeare’s plays is Dogberry, the police constable who is responsible for the happy conclusion as he builds a bridge between the comedy and tragedy and restores the social and emotional order. The character has many differences and similarities when it is about the text and the film. In the film, Whedon has adapted the 16th century play with modern dresses and looks of the characters. Dogberry’s character comes in the film quite later and he is a person with a swaggering persona and wears dark sunglasses, and he sounds smart. The film shows his witty humour and a lack of vocabulary unlike the play where he is full of humorous sentences. The characters are different as he has modern dressing and props, and are similar as they are the comical character that leads to a happy conclusion.
Act 2 Scene 3 and Act 3 Scene 1 are companion scenes where Benedick and Beatrice’s friends are tricking them to fall in love and to make them realise that they are already in love. As film is different than any other form of art because it is continuously in a visual movement, the quality utilized in these two scenes is supposedly hard to portray. This is because the two scenes comprise of various transitions that take place one after another. However, the screenplay and the elements of transition in these two scenes have helped in maintaining the quality and purpose of the scenes. In films there are many times where scenes can be redone or broken into parts and then being shot, however in a stage