This was the most beautiful adaptations of this film that I have ever seen, and it talks about the rest of the family members that I've never heard about in the other movie adaptations,like the siblings Ursula and Antonio,theirs was just as tragic as Romeo and Juliet's ,because they both lost a sibling,and I know the feeling I have lost 2 sisters,and this is so heart wrenching,and I also loved the nurse,and she was more of mother to Juliet then her own mother was,and you get to here the nurse's story which is sad to,and she tries to caution Juliet not to make the same mistakes in life that she did,while her own parents only cared about the money they got from this marriage they were trying to force on her.
And while I do love the other versions the last one they did with Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld they made it look like it played out all in one day?
But in this version it takes place over 2 weeks which makes more sense.
And while they did take a few liberties with the film like Juliet telling her parents about the marriage before she died, well I always thought that they found after she died.
But it was a desperate cry for help,and what a tragic end it had to be to finally put an end a feud between these 2 families over something long,long ago that nobody could even remember what it was about.
But it just to goes to show that violence,is not an answer and parents should listen to their children,but like the priest said they were taught only violence and that's the only way they thought was a way out.