In the book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Rebecca Skloot is searching for the identity of Henrietta Lacks. In the movie Antwone Fisher Antwone is in turn seeking his own identity. Discuss some of the parallels, similarities or differences between the book and movie. Usually when talking about a movie or a book, it hard to discuss the similarities and the differences. Because sometimes a movie can be more influencing than a book and vice versa. When I first started reading the book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, I was confused at first but then as I kept reading, I realized how things can go a certain way and how one person can make a change in the whole world without even meaning to. Personally, what I understood from this book is the fact that it talks about the story of this African American woman, who during the 1950, when there was a racial issue and African Americans were not treated equally, was behind the creation of the HeLa cells. HeLa Cells were basically the first cells to reproduce in the John Hopkins hospital in one of their labs. The HeLa Cells are name after Henrietta Lacks. They were called HeLa cells because they represent the first two initials of Henrietta’s first and last name in order for people not to know the source of them. This book is also divided into three parts. The first part is about Henrietta Lacks origins, life and how she is the source behind these cells who were part of everybody’s lives and who saved so many people. In the second part of the book, the author describes the HeLa cells and how they allowed science to come up with so many solutions and new things for patients who were suffering, And last but not least, the third part reveals the story of Henrietta Lack’s family and how even though her cells benefited the whole world, her family was still struggling with not financial help, therefore being impacted by these cells one way of another. On the...