Janice Weber------ Per.2
There are often differences in two different versions of something. This could be frequently realized when a book is made into a movie. The novel “To Kill a Mocking Bird “written By Harper Lee was made into a film widely considered to be one of the greatest ever made, directed by Robert Mulligan. Some scenes that were not in the book were added to the film and some scenes from the book remained omitted from the movie. I noticed three major Differences from the book to the movie, they include Aunt Alexandra and Uncle Jack were left out the film, the scene were Calpurnia takes Jem and Scout to the black church, and you never hear or see about Ms. Maudie’s house on fire. I consider that these scenes are significant, because they add additional aspects to the town of Maycomb and the characters. In the movie they omit several scenes from the book. I feel as though that the scenes that didn’t appear in the movie happen to be significant to the characters, and enhance additional detail to the town of Maycomb. The scene where Calpurnia takes Jem and Scout to the black church is the first scene I recognized that had been taken out of the film. Jem and scout were treated kindly for the most part, except for when Culpurnia is harassed by a church member for taking white children to a black church. From this understanding the children acknowledge more about Culpurnia’s background and where she came from. I feel that this scene is essential because it shows that the extent of racism is the same from both black and white people. It reveals that in the black community there is still racial tension from having white children integrated in the African American society. Another example is the scene where Miss. Maudies house burns down, it is not shown in the film. During this scene Jem and Scout stay near Boo Radley’s house to watch as people from the area attempt to put out the fire. Boo Radley then discretely sneaks out from his house and assist...
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