The director of the film, Nick Cassavettes chose to modify the characters in several ways. He changed their roles, and he took out the characters which he did not think were necessary to pursue the movie. For example in the novel there is a hound dog named Clementine (Clem). Noah and Clem build a sense of companionship throughout the story, whereas in the film Noah reads poetry, plays guitar, works around the house, or takes his loneliness out on the creek in order to keep himself occupied (there is no Clem in the film). In the movie Cassavettes tailored Allie’s appearance faintly. Allie in the novel is said to have blonde hair whereas in the movie it appears a reddish-orange color. Near the end of... [continues]
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