1) When Duncan's sons are fleeing after Duncan is killed, what visual implications does Polanski add in? Connect to Richard III and Antigone as well as Act IV when MacBeth sees the apparitions.
2) Polanski takes minor characters and combines them into a single character. What is the name of the new character, and what people does he represent from the original play? What statement is Polanski making by this. (hint, they will go to the same level of Dante's hell)
3) When MacBeth is beheaded, what is the significance of the camera angle that Polanski uses? (he allows you to see MacBeth's head, MacDuff standing over his body, and it is seen from below in the crowd of soldiers that came with MacDuff)
4) As the credits begin to roll, Polanski adds in his own scene. Someone (I think the combination character from question 2) is going to talk to the Weird sisters. Who is the man, and what is he going to talk to the witches about? Why does Polanski add this scene?