The assassination of julius caesar was the result of a conspiracy by many roman senators led by gaius cassius longinus, decimus junius brutus albinus, and marcus junius brutus they stabbed julius caesar to death in a location adjacent to the theatre of pompey on the ides of march (march 15), 44 bc. The events that lead to the death of julius caesar are predicted by omens from multiple characters such as calpurnia, caesars wife, the soothsayer, and a teacher, artemidorus the omens in the play were ignored by a majority of the main characters.
Brutus eventually came to oppose caesar and fought on the side of the optimate faction, led by pompey the great, against caesar's forces in caesar's civil war pompey was defeated at the battle of pharsalus in 48 bc, after which brutus surrendered to caesar, who granted him amnesty. Julius caesar: the victorious leader of rome, it is the fear that he may become king and revoke the privileges of men like cassius that leads to his death at the hands of cassius, brutus and their fellow conspirators.
This incantation acknowledges the debt brutus owes to caesar, and it admits that brutus sees some of his own failings too – leading him to embrace his own death it's not that brutus didn't willingly kill caesar. Antony - a friend of caesar antony claims allegiance to brutus and the conspirators after caesar’s death in order to save his own life later, however, when speaking a funeral oration over caesar’s body, he spectacularly persuades the audience to withdraw its support of brutus and instead condemn him as a traitor. Brutus’s mistake lies in his attempt to impose his private sense of honor on the whole roman state in the end, killing caesar does not stop the roman republic from becoming a dictatorship, for octavius assumes power and becomes a new caesar brutus’s beliefs may be a holdover from earlier ideas of statesmanship.
Marcus junius brutus, also called quintus caepio brutus, (born probably 85 bce —died 42 bce, near philippi, macedonia [now in northwestern greece]), roman politician, one of the leaders in the conspiracy that assassinated julius caesar in 44 bce. Friend of caesar's, to him i say that brutus' love to caesar was no less than his if then that friend demand why brutus rose against caesar, this is my answer: not that i loved caesar less, but that i loved rome more (3219-24) ok, fine – we believe brutus when he says it was hard for him to murder caesar.
Notably, brutus is also the only character in the play to interpret correctly the signs auguring his death when the ghost of caesar appears to him on the battlefield, he unflinchingly accepts his defeat and the inevitability of his death.
This is the most important character while making a film on shakespeare's julius caesar it would allow the viewers to understand the reasons toward the tragic death of brutus, who happens to be noble to the cause that would save the entire roman empire. Nevertheless, at the end, brutus is a man who nobly accepts his fate he dismisses the ghost of caesar at sardis he chooses personal honor over a strict adherence to an abstract philosophy he reacts calmly and reasonably to cassius' death, as he had earlier in a moment of crisis when popilius revealed that the conspiracy was no longer secret.