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In his critique of Tim Blake NelsonвЂ™therefore, Patrick Finn uttered the modern adaptation of Othello for its superficiality expression, вЂњin this Othello, true anger stems from the steroids and cocaine that rich children take to enhance performance,вЂќ and вЂњmalignity, in this way, is no more motiveless, but is instead due to poor parentingвЂќ (85). The film departs from its source material by trying to describe HugoвЂ™s duplicity through a distressed, if necessary, need for attention. Consequently, the film eliminates the ambiguity and effect of IagoвЂ™s вЂњmotiveless malignity,вЂќ and the death has far-reaching consequences on the overarching concept of this movie. Iago gives numerous reasons for his duplicitous activities throughout Othello. In the opening scene he tells Roderigo that although three handsome men of this city told Othello to name Iago because his lieutenant, Othello instead chose Cassio, that Iago describes as a guy вЂњthat not set a squadron in the area/ Nor the division of a battle knows/ greater than a spinster вЂ" unless the bookish theoric,/ Wherein the togaed consuls can propose/ As masterly as heвЂќ (I.i 23-27). This envy after being passed up for promotion in favour of Cassio is most similar to the reasons given for HugoвЂ™s actions so, but it is expanded in the film to add yet another personality who overlooks Hugo: HugoвЂ™s father. Iago has no family besides his wife, nevertheless Hugo is given a basketball trainer for a father to reinforce that jealousy would be the cornerstone for HugoвЂ™so activities. Furthermore, HugoвЂ™s father is also fulfilling the role of the Duke, however Iago and the Duke have no actual connection in the drama. The movie opens with Hugo speaking over almost ridiculous footage of doves saying: All of my life I've always wanted to fly. I always wished to live like a h.. .