Bush awards the Presidential M The book gives you a broader view of everything, but at the same time the movie points out everything that seems important.
On the other hand, Gregory Peck, by Lee's own assertion, is the perfect embodiment of Atticus Finch, which gives the character a far greater depth than the book, alone, can provide. To conclude, there are many similarities between the movie and the book versions of To Kill a Mockingbird.
This can often be seen when a book is made into a movie. Gregory Peck, who played Atticus, was captivating One difference is the fact that many people in the book that made an impact in the story never made an appearance in the film.
In the book and the film, he got it cut off in a cotton gin when he was thirteen. The first thing I noticed was the way the audience meets Dill in the book and the movie For the most part, the film is an accurate portrayal of the novel.For example, Jem finds all the articles in the tree. Although the film version of To Kill a Mockingbird includes every major event from the novel, the screenplay takes place over two years, not three, and many events are left out. Sherriff Tate knows that Boo killed Mr. When Scout gets home, she figures out that the man who saved them was Boo Radley. For the most part, the film is an accurate portrayal of the novel. In this case, the film works around the incest issue by showing Bob Ewell's unscrupulous behavior in other ways. In the novel, Dill has blonde hair. It is difficult to turn a novel into a film, while making this film very similar to the novel. It is hard to make a film be exactly the same as a novel. One theme that was consistent throughout the book and film versions was family is what keeps us together. Another similarity is that the story takes place in Maycomb, Alabama. I believe my director did a good job of making my film as close as possible to the novel. In my opinion Tom's death was crucial to the original story, and I believe the movie would have been seen as over-sentimental if the scriptwriters had let him live. The music is very elementary, and much of the score is composed of single notes without chords or embellishments. Scout and Jem are walking home after a play, when they are attacked by Mr.