HERE COMES BIRNAM WOOD
Famously, J.R.R. Tolkien was bitterly disappointed when he went to see Macbeth and, after everyone harping on and on about a forest moving towards a castle, it turned out to only be a bunch of guys holding twigs. Tolkien then went on to create the Ents of The Lord of the Rings who, to be fair, were a much more impressive bunch of moving trees.
Macbeth's "tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow" speech (sadly truncated here) is one of the BIG SPEECHES, not just of this play but in all of Shakespeare. It's quite a corker when you take a look at it. Here are four top-notch Macbeths delivering it:
For added measure, here is Ian McKellen explaining the thought process behind his own interpretation of the speech, taking from his excellent (if somewhat self-consciously dramatic) "Acting Shakespeare" show:
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