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Please view the film based on Shakespeare's play, 'The Merchant of Venice'. You want the version with Al Pacino.
Please view the film based on Shakespeare's play, 'The Merchant of Venice'. You want the version with Al Pacino. This is a wonderful film as it focuses so well not only on the period itself, but also on the Jewish community in Venice -- so relevant to the mercantile structure that dominated Venice, but also, it brings into acute focus the plight of the Jews in Venice -- supposedly more "open" than many other areas in Europe, but it offers a good prospective on their status and plight overall in Europe.
Discuss the relationship between Jessica and Shylock.
Are we meant to sympathize with the moneylender's daughter?
Is she a tragic figure, caught in the crossroads, and how does she represent the Jew's lot in life in Europe at the time?