- Romeo and Juliet first see each other when Romeo is splashing water on his face in the bathroom and Juliet is on the other side of an aquarium. It looks pretty, and fits with the movie's use of water as symbolism, but who puts a see-through aquarium between the men's and women's restrooms?
- Why would Romeo buy poison if he's armed all the time?
- Perhaps he feels that poison would be less painful then blowing his brains-out.
- Or maybe because he thinks it will be easier for the clean up crew to not wipe away chunks of gore.
Fridge / William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet