Movies Walter: Differences Between The Play And The Movie

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There are notable differences from the play and the following movies.

Their scene from the pay is the same as the movie, but they had some differences. For example, from the movies Walter was more aggressive than he was in the play. He did not treat his wife fairly he was really bad toward her, but in the movies they were some differences. In the movies they talk very differently and they act differently from they play and you also learn more from the movies than you did in the play. They were also more active in the movies.

They Nigerian song and dance from the play was very amusing and lovely to read about. In the movies it was kind for her brother to start dancing with her. Until george walk in the moment they were having was gone.

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