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Lady macduff

Lady Macduff

Wife of Macduff.

Notable Feature Edit

She is pregnant and wears a teal velvet evening dress.


PlotlineEdit

Lady Macduff is in the hotel lobby, holding a suitcase, when she encounters Macbeth. The two struggle violently, ultimately culminating with Lady Macduff's murder.

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Lady Macduff enters her apartment and begins unpacking a suitcase in a child's bedroom. She then changes into a different dress. She does a dance and prays in the living room, runs down the hall climbs onto a bookcase to scrub a statue in a ritualistic way. Mr. Macduff arrives and takes the statue to her to comfort her. They dance together on the bookcase and move into the living room where they dance together there. Mr. Macduff exits and Lady Macduff changes again, this time into her evening gown. She then goes back to the room with the bookcase where she meets Mr. Macduff and they head down to the ballroom together.

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In the ballroom scene, Lady Macduff stands off to the side of the dancers. The maid offers her drinks and a glass of milk. Lady Macduff initially denies the milk, but then takes it under the maid's gleeful eye. After drinking the milk, Lady Macduff screams and falls to the floor. The maid covers her with her coat and carries her off.

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In the hotel lobby the maid tries to give Lady Macduff another drink but she resists. The porter tries to intervene and stop the maid. Lady Macduff then moves to the dining area.

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In dining area, Lady Macduff eats toast and jam. The maid enters and pours a glass of milk. Lady Macduff seems desperate to drink the milk and performs a dance with the maid - the maid constantly keeping the milk just out of reach. The maid finally drips milk down Lady Macduffs' arm, and Lady Macduff licks it off. The maid pours the milk in a bowl and Lady Macduff drinks it like a cat, as the maid walks away. After the drink causing heavy pain (deadly poison), she walks with the pain to the banquet scene.

She also arrives at the taxidermist's shop and receives information of some sort from Mr. Bergerran.

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