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“Love me or hate me, both are in my favor...If you love me, I’ll always be in your heart...if you hate me, I’ll always be in your mind.”....(William Shakespeare). The story of Romeo and Juliet is the tale that brings together young lovers deprived of each other. Hate was separated from their families, making them afraid of their love. In the story of Romeo and Juliet, many changes have been made to this famous Shakespearean play worldwide. Including the story of Romeo and Juliet by the artist Zeffirelli in 1968, Romeo and Juliet by Lorenz in 1996. The story or play Romeo and Juliet by Baz Luhrmann was the best to adapt to Romeo and Juliet, because it follows significancethe important aspects of the play, more real, and a new plot and attraction.

First, there is the plot and the lines in Luhrmann adaptation of the play. To support that reason, according to Inquiriesjournal.com on Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet" compared with Shakespeare's Original Work on 2010, state that "Some of the biggest changes in adaptation from play include preparation from the Elizabethan era to a future place. During these changes, Lorman maintains the outline of the play." To put it in other words, The outline in the play makes the adjustment completely new and true with the original. It is also contrary to the release, Zafferelli, which follows the bulk of the play or the story except the omission of some unnecessary scenes. Luhrmann's release made the film more successful in attracting the attention of a large segment of the audience.

Second, the added scenes seem more realistic. To support that reason, according to Inquiriesjournal.com on Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet" compared with Shakespeare's Original Work on 2010, state that "When Romeo drank the poison in order to join Juliet in Paradise without realizing that it had not died, in the original play, Ferris found him dead, and then Juliet woke up and killed herself." In other words, this is an excerpt from Luhrmann's version, which means that this extract and others created a large audience and new changes. This excerpt from Luhrmann's play, has created many changes because it is more realistic than the changes that have created more tension and meaning for the story not found in the movie Zeffirelli.

Thirdly, the added scenes in the Lorman play add more attraction to a larger audience. To support that reason, according to Markedbyteachers.com on Compare Baz Luhrmann's version of the Shakespeare classic 'Romeo and Juliet' with the original text. State that,"Zeffirelli's version is just a short version of the play, but the audience does not change much, which makes the film's impact similar to the game, but the Lorman version is tailored to a larger audience." In other words, the audience was much impressed by the play of the Luhrmann version more. Because that version allowed more people to see the version because significancethe audience, especially teenagers love to watch the love between Romeo and Juliet also, enjoy watching the shooting and listening to high-pitched voices. So the version of Luhrmann, from the play is more realistic and more famous.

In conclusion, the Zefferelli version of the play, Romeo and Juliet are more faithful. But the production of the play by Lurman is more adaptable in general. The interesting and powerful additions to the play helped to appeal to more audiences. With that it was indicative that many different styles are more attractive for a long time. And do not forget that the play Luhrmann's, in which the importance of plays written by Shakespeare over the past years. Laurman also had little change in the play, and that was something different that people liked. So far, Romeo and Juliet's version of Lorman is universally known and loved by everyone. Zeffirelli's version is a bit boring because it is too old and lacks imagination and originality.