Both in the movie and the book Jonas was skipped during the ceremony of the twelve. Jonas was frightened and embarrassed and thought he wasn’t good enough to get selected to do anything. This is a pretty big key in the book because this is the time Jonas becomes the receiver of memory.
Towards the end of the movie, there was a pretty significant difference between the movie and the book. Fiona was being released for helping Jonas escape which at that time they thought it was bad. Father was getting the injection ready for Fiona which was managed by a machine and the needle was coming down and the memories were released. Jonas had passed the barrier and the memories were released to everyone in the community. …show more content…
They were to control the stirring which was puberty overall. Keeping feelings from one another. The difference was that the book had pills which had to be swallowed every morning to control the feelings. The movie was the same way except that the had a wrist injector that you just put your wrist over it and it puts the medicine in you. Jonas bypassed it in the movie by putting an apple instead of the wrist.
The movie and book of The Giver had both similarities and differences. For example, the book and movie had medicine yet the movie had a different ending than the book. I recommend reading the book first than to watch the movies so people can notice the difference