Shakespeare presents many conflicts within his play, both internal and external. These internal and external conflicts this character is experiencing affect those around him.
The fact that Hamlet is extremely indecisive causes him to spend a lot of time over thinking the situation instead of acting on impulse.
Hamlet does not analyze how he will seek revenge and murder his Uncle Claudius without his conscience interfering. Hamlet is troubled by the fact that she has focused all her attention on her husband, and in the process forgotten all too quickly about her deceased husband and her son.
As a result of all of these inner conflicts, Hamlet shuts out the people who love him, and shuts out all feelings of love. This allows the film director's interpretation of Hamlet to have an effect on the audience's understanding of the play, because they understand the play the same way as the director.
Hamlet does not analyze how he will seek revenge and murder his Uncle Claudius without his conscience interfering. One of the main conflicts Hamlet experiences is person vs.
These ongoing conflicts between Hamlet, Ophelia, and Gertrude have been caused by the actions of women that Hamlet has taken personally, as he battles his mind with feeling as though these actions are directed towards him.
The external conflicts Hamlet experiences are a direct result of the conflict he feels within himself.