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To compare and contrast the To Kill A Mockingbird film vs the book The book is better but watching the movie also enjoying There were three differences that stood out the absence of characters the different scenes and an actors to characters comparison The book to the movie there is a clear difference but the morals are all still the same The directors made some good changes and some bad ones the movie was good over all any ways From the book to the movie there were characters missing some important some not important at all One character that I felt was missing that is important that wasnt there was Aunt Alexandra she was the whole be more like a girl role model for Scout A character in the book that wasnt in the movie was Mr Dolphus Raymond it wasnt a big deal though because he really didnt play a huge role anyways just shows how people had to find away to not be ridiculed by others for liking bad people Mrs Rachael was an other character that was omitted from the book dill was not living with her in the movie instead he live with Mrs Stephine Crawford The director made the choice to delete these characters for a reason the only one that affected the book was Aunt Alexandra There were scenes omitted from the book were unnoticed some were missed One scene that was significant that was missing was the scene were Scout and Jem go to the church with Calpernia that scene showed how the racism went 2 ways Another scenes that were deleted was the Dolphis Raymond scene were Dill drinks the coke that is supposed to be booze The scenes that were missed the most were the school scenes all deleted The school scenes were important they give insight on how the school was built The Characters compared to the actors in the movie were good in some
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