The movie and book that I read was Fahrenheit 451 by Bradbury and the movie was Dead Poet's Society by Tom Schulman. These two books and movies are about people that try to change the way you think. They want you to see things in a different point of view.
I will know show you the relations between the two stories. First they both wanted you to think about thing in a new way. Second they both had a lot of discipline. Third they both had one person who makes the main character or characters think. Fourth they were all about what could happen to our society if we keep going down the same path that we are on now.
Now I am going to tell you the differences of the two stories. First in the book firefighter's burned books instead of putting fires out. Second in the movie it was about the students instead of just one person. Third in the book was based in the future and the movie looked like it was based in the past. Fourth In the movie kids were not as violent as in the book.
The point of the movie was that you should be able to say what you want and not have to worry what kind of trouble you will get in. Also it was about the way you poets use word that may not make sense unless you stop and think about them. No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world. This was said in the movie that is why I think this. The book was about conformity. The system was simple. Everyone understood it. Books were for burning, along with the houses that hid them. This was said on the back of the book. That means that people had to be obedient or there house's would get burnt down.
When I was reading the book it said that the government wanted people to be stupid so they did not have to think about what they did. That is why it is Frightening in its implications. This was said by the New York Times which is telling me that what the government did in the book is what the government is trying to do to us now slowly. In the movie times were very...
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