Lesley and I recently saw 'Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince' (okay, we've seen it twice, don't you judge me) and thoroughly enjoyed it. The aesthetic that David Yates brings to these films is quite terrific.
Anyway, multiple times in the film a very Nordic looking character is brooding about the castle, vacillating whether he should kill a father figure that another father figure has asked him to kill, never quite bringing himself to do it. Yes, Draco and Hamlet are amazingly similar.
In the scene shown above the camera glides by a sulking Draco, it could easily stop on a close up
Draco: O, that this too too solid flesh would melt
Thaw and resolve itself into a dew.
In the above scene, riveted with doubt over his assignment, Draco pauses as he looks in the mirror.
Draco: To be, or not to be: that is the question:
This game gave me a ton of enjoyment. If and when you see the movie try to find places for all six soliloquies. You'll be amazed how well they fit.