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The short story In a Grove by Ryunosuke Akutagawa was made into a movie called Rashomon The movie and the short story share both similarities and differencesThe story starts out with the woodcutters statement and how he was walking in the woods The movie however starts out like the short story Rashomon which opens with people sitting under a big gate The movie then goes into telling the different statements from various characters In the woodcutters statement in the story he stumbled upon a womens hat scarf rope comb and the guys body In the movie however he never finds a comb and also finds a mans hat and an amulet case which was never mentioned in the book There was also some differences in the book and the movie based on the types of clothing worn by the characters One example is the fact that in the story the policemen is described as wearing a kamoto but in the movie the policeman is dressed is dirty rags just like everyone else Besides sharing differences between the movie and the short story there was also some similarities between the two The movie and the story both portrayed the girl as riding on a horse with a scarf hiding her view and this is very clear in the movie because they focus the film shot right on her The craziness of Tajomaru is portrayed in both the movie and the story also The story is a little different though because it portrays him to be a thief who doesnt care if he kills or not In the movie however the viewers can plainly see that Tajomaru is crazy because of his wacky spontaneous laughter that gets everyones attention The book and the movie both go through everyones statement one by one which is a big similarity because nothing important in the statements change from the movie to the book Another thing the story and the movie
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