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- O'Neill is known for stylized dialogue, and the movie is unnaturally verbose, but the characters' long soliloquies often show us as much as they tell us.
- What adds to the ‘unbearable’ nature of this list of curses is their lack of development and drama; for, unlike many of Shakespeare's soliloquies, these lead to no internal insight or external action.
- Even the play's slightly awkward structure, with its reminiscent soliloquies and resurrected hero, is made up for in Fugard's own production by the quality of the acting.
- It begins and ends with soliloquies from the security-staff.
- First the Laurence Olivier scene played on the projector screen; then Anne, a brave woman in the would-be class, read the soliloquy aloud.
- Statistics from the U.S. Census Report and quirky audience participation sections punctuate sociological debates, scuffles and tormented soliloquies by the characters.
- Rome communicates his internal dialogue through improvised soliloquies which combine Shakespeare's language with street lingo and gesticulations.
- Occasionally, during the action, a speech is highlighted as a soliloquy.
- There seems to be both a haughty reserve that keeps us at a distance during the soliloquies, and an absence of inner mystery to tempt our curiosity in the first place.
- It worked because in this play, the audience is truly a character, with the entire play consisting of the soliloquies of three characters telling their stories to the audience.
- Shatner's 1968 release tried to capture the connection between drama and popular music with pairings of soliloquies of Shakespeare and classic literature with Sinatra and pop songs.
- Perched alone on a stage, a character engages in a soliloquy so as to unveil their innermost thoughts to the audience.
- She did not - as she told it - interrupt the man with pesky questions about his pain but rather listened in an analytical way as if he were a character giving a soliloquy.
- It is true, of course, that Shakespeare's dramaturgy allows him soliloquies and asides that make it easier to dramatize thought, but Hamlet's thoughts are still necessarily externalized.
- His scenes play more as brief soliloquies; the characters voicing unspoken thoughts and memories, repeating phrases and exchanging salvos of opaque dialogue.
- Typically, viewers gain this knowledge through one character's asides or soliloquies of which other characters are unaware or through the use of a chorus commenting on events.
- In the end, Georgeanne has a long soliloquy about what happened to everyone afterward, fiction even less convincing than the drama and poetry preceding it.
- The ridiculous screenplay offers two cathartic scenes, both of which feature characters giving lengthy soliloquies (one in front of a tombstone, another in front of a video camera).
- There were soliloquies from various characters describing what they were plotting, what they were going to do next.
- In between the aimless, idle play and fear of legal and societal retribution, Green's characters deliver poignant soliloquies on abstract concepts like love, self-worth and the state of the world.
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