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One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest is a book written by Ken Kesey to accomplish a certain mood within its chapters The feelings and moods given in the book differ greatly from those in the movie because of multiple changes in character development Each and every time a movie is produced from a book the producers are forced to change parts of the story in order to suit the audiences needs for a faster paced plot It is impossible to capture every mood or setting which the author creates What is lost can sometimes be the real meaning behind the storyThe characterization of chief Bromden is a good example of the changes made from book to movie His past is a vital piece of information contributing to the mood and understanding of the story In the movie Bromden is nothing more than a crazy Indian who doesnt want to talk so pretends to be deaf and dumb Much of the understanding and respect is lost in the transition between book and movie In the book Bromden has flashbacks to his childhood lighting on significant points in his childhood His background is never even brushed upon in the movie Of course it would have been nearly impossible to tell of Bromdens life in a movie much less show the world from his point of view as in the book Bromden is still a very interesting character
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