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CliffsNotes Films take on Shakespeare’s Plays

Through an animated character named Cliff, some of Shakespeare’s plays come alive.

Tactic: 2D animated cartoons

Topic: Shakespeare’s tragedies

Brief: Proving that even Shakespeare can be made fun and easy to understand, CliffsNotes Films takes its usual succinct approach to some of literature’s classics. If you can overlook the commercial interruptions from their sponsor (a Shakespeare movie no less) the shorts give the viewer some useful parting thoughts about the plays’ themes and concepts.

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