Katherine realises she is pregnant, but is unable to inform Sebastian. When he returns Teddy to the house, he admits that he considered pushing him. She is attracted to one of them, Sebastian, and the next day sets herself up to meet him. Sebastian, angry at the change in living arrangements, returns to the outhouse.
When Sebastian comes to the house to visit Katherine, they begin an affair. The village doctor is skeptical of the story, but while the issue is being discussed, a guilt-ridden Sebastian returns from the woods and confesses everything.
Katherine takes over the estate, and she and Sebastian continue their affair openly. Anna is terrified into muteness, and Boris is buried without suspicion. Sebastian hides in the woods while Katherine claims that Teddy died in his sleep.
After he reveals that he is aware of the infidelity, Katherine summons Sebastian and they start to have sex in front of him.
One day, both Boris and Alexander have to leave the estate for separate business matters, leaving Katherine alone with the housemaid, Anna. Katherine is forced to maintain a strict schedule and prevented from leaving the house.
As Sebastian and Anna are taken away by the police, Katherine remains alone in the house with her unborn child. Anna informs the local priest, who attempts to warn Katherine, but she sends him away.
Katherine poisons his food, and calmly makes small talk with Anna as he chokes to death in the next room. Her word is taken over his, especially when Anna remains mute.
When Teddy disappears after Katherine scolds him, Sebastian finds the boy sitting over a waterfall and rescues him. For the first time in memory, she is free to explore the area to alleviate her boredom.
A fight ensues, during which Katherine kills Alexander. She also begins to bond with Teddy. Katherine reluctantly shelters the pair.
Katherine soon discovers Anna being suspended from the ceiling of an outhouse by the men who work on the land.
Katherine dissuades Sebastian from leaving, promising to do anything he wants in return. Plot[ edit ] Ina young woman named Katherine is in a loveless marriage to an older man, Alexander. A woman arrives at the estate with a young boy named Teddy, who she claims is the product of an affair between Alexander and her daughter.
When Boris returns home, he is informed of the affair, beats Sebastian and locks him in a stable, and threatens Katherine when she demands his release.Lady Macbeth is a British drama film directed by William Oldroyd and written by Alice Birch, But the clarity with which Pugh and Oldroyd communicate Katherine's thoughts and motives maintains a solid interest throughout." Accolades.
Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result. Students search an online version of Shakespeare's Macbeth for clues to the motives behind Macbeth's precipitous descent into evil. Lady Macbeth, on the other hand, pursues her goals with greater determination, yet she is less capable of withstanding the repercussions of her immoral acts.
One of Shakespeare’s most forcefully drawn female characters, she spurs her husband mercilessly to kill Duncan and urges him to be strong in the murder’s aftermath, but she is.
The tragic downfall of Macbeth was determined by his three motives: the witches, Lady Macbeth, ambitions. The witches play a very important role in leading Macbeth to commit evil deeds. The three weird sisters are preparing a surprise for Macbeth, a surprise that will eventually cost him his life/5(3).
Her motives were ambition, and love. Her union with Macbeth was very much a partnership in the beginning -in his letter to her cataloguing his meeting with the witches he refers to her as his 'dearest partner of greatness'. The Major Themes and Motifs of 'Macbeth' Themes Characters that may appear to be loyal, demonstrated most obviously in Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, can harbour secret motives inside.
The characters of the Weird Sisters bring with them confusion, infecting the natural order. They promise good things, and yet Macbeth’s life begins to deteriorate.Download