Lady Macduff is a woman I always felt was denied a voice, a role, an acknowledged death - in the play her role and her children's role is to die in order to illustrate how Macbeth has become a monster. Plot is what kills her, plot that demonstrates the descent of a man - there's no consideration that the people who are murdered are people.
I don't much like the play Macbeth - the main character is far too infuriating - but so many elements are interesting: the swirling darkness - the otherness of the women - there is much to explore beyond the plot.
Here we catch and record Lady Macduff's pain and loss on camera. Tracey brought such a lot to this shoot and you really travel with her through her confession.
Our Lady Macduff is a ghost. Haunted. We hope in turn she haunts the play.