Historical film review
This Film is presented in the Puritan New England Town of Salem Massachusetts.
In this film a group of girls go dancing in the woods with a black slave named Tituba. They see that they have been caught by the local minister and one of the girls falls into a coma. The girl is rushed to the village and puts everyone at worry. Parris tries to calm everyone down they gathered were the girl was kept. Abigail the main girl from the clique talks the girls into admitting they were just dancing in the forest nothing else. John Proctor, a local farmer, hears about what went on in the forest. He also was working for John and his wife Elizabeth, but after she found out Abigail and her own husband were having an affair she quickly fired her from that job. In the movie you can tell that Abigail still wants to be with John but john refuses to commit another foolish act. One day Betty wakes up from her coma and begins screaming. Everyone rushes in and wonders if she was bewitched. Since her parents died and left her, they left her money and land deeds obviously they were going to say that she had been bewitched to get rid of her so that they can take her property. Reverend hale begins growing suspicious of the whole situation and speaks to tituba. Tituba then confesses to communing with the devil, and say that she has seen the devil conspiring with other townspeople. Betty joins them and starts naming witches. Elizabeth knowing all of the killings were not true, she tells her husband to denounce Abigail as a fraud. When her husband refuses to do so Elizabeth becomes very angry and jealous and accuses his of still having feelings for her. Soon Elizabeth is accused of witchcraft and is arrested and taking to court. Elizabeth encourages John to take matters to justice and accuse Abigail and the girls of fraud. Elizabeth is pregnant and is insisted to the court system to