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In the movie there were many parts that were the same as in the book Surprisingly there were some facts that were left out that were critical for the story The movie showed many things as they are described in the book the golden toilette set the medals and Daisys picture where shown in his desk the sign with the big eyes and the glasses which is later on seen as a symbolism of God and the green light across the bay to show how Gatsby constantly thought of Daisy The preparations for Gatsbys parties were almost as the book described them with the orchestras preparing for the night the big tents being placed on the garden the tons of food being brought for the dinner the grass getting cut before the event and all those preparations Gatsby had for his parties But they skipped a part that was discussed in the book the hundreds of oranges that were brought in the morning and the tons of orange skins that were left after the party Not everything was perfect in the movie there were many small parts that were changed Some examples are the color of Myrtles dog in the book it was white and brown while in the movie it was white and black The dress Myrtle used during the party at her sisters house was white in the book but in the movie its yellow also the book gives the atmosphere that there are only a few people at her apartment while in the movie its full of people Another small part that was left out was that the man that played the piano for Gatsby and Daisy did it in room for them while they were seated listening to him not running around the mansion as it was showed in the movie There were also parts that were inaccurate like when Nick took Toms car after the Hotel incident while
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