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Chocky The Novel Chocky was written by John Wyndham and was later adapted into a TV drama by the BBC The producers Pamela Londale and Vic Hughes kept the same title for the TV series as the Novel and named it Chocky but the Film text had some changes in events different character interpretation and alternative way of showing foreshadowing The Film version differs quite a lot from the Novel There were a number of changes to the plot but most of these were only little issues One of the major differences in plot was Matthews relationship with Colin Colin was Matthews next door neighbour in the Novel but there was no close friendship or relationship between them However in the Film Colin is Matthews best friend classmate and neighbour whom Matthew was always visiting and playing with One of biggest changes occurs in the character Piff Piff was Pollys long gone imaginary friend in the Novel who was only talked about whilst in the Film Piff was still around and living Another change from the Novel was the way in which Chocky helped Matthew Chocky gave Matthew the ability to draw properly helped him to swim and then save Polly and taught Matthew to do the binary code in both texts However in the Film Chocky also gave Matthew super strength to play cricket develop fast reflexes to play computer games and do the rubix cubes at amazing speeds The Film Editor Oscar Webb left out some scenes and added some different ones One of these new scenes included the visit to the planetarium Later we saw Chocky entering Matthews body during a Maths class along with other scenes in the class rooms such as biology not previously mentioned in the Novel Also Matthew visited Colins house on numerous occasions and we saw Matthews Mother and Father shopping for a new car and then Matthew winning
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