"Much Ado about Nothing".
"Much Ado about Nothing" is originally set in Spain but Kenneth Branagh has decided to situate it in the sunny countryside of Tuscany. The film was set in The Pink Palace and its surrounding grounds.
In the film of "Much Ado about Nothing," the garden scene begins with the music, which is very happy, and it is leaving the tension from the previous scene. The first visual occurrence is a high angle shot of the garden and the house. This I think is quite effective for the scene because it portrays how pleasant and beautiful the place is to the audience.
Soon after that, there is a cross…
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