To Kill the Mocking Bird Movie Analysis Assignment (Movie Review Sample)
we use this book for the class: Bucher, R.D. (2015). Diversity consciousness: Opening our minds to people, cultures, and opportunities (4th Ed.). Prentice Hall.
This week, we should read chapter 5. I will upload the ebook.
And choose a movie from the movie list then write a review. I will upload the movie option document.
To Kill the Mocking Bird Movie AnalysisNameDateYour StreetYour Town, NYPhone number: Email: Introduction
The film To Kill a Mockingbird was produced in the year 1962, and it is directed by Robert Mulligan. The film is based on the 1960 Prize-Winning novel that was written by Harper Lee. The running time of the film is 129 minutes. Horton Foote produced the screenplay of the film, and it captures the various characters, humor, charms and how the simple people in the society face the perplexities of life in through the challenges that they meet in life. The film stars Gregory Peck and also Mary Badham.
Abstract of the Film
To Kill a Mockingbird is a creation that is drawn from the memory of childhood and also the children who are reviewing the world and the various judgments that they make in the world. One of the stars of the film, Gregory Peck, who has two motherless children. The motherless children role is played by Mary Badham and Philip Alford CITATION Bos06 \l 1033 (Bosley, 2006). At the beginning of the film, the director takes the viewers to the children's world that is made up of manufactured values and also horrors and then later opens up to the real world that has got terrifying realities. The two kids in the film, who are the narrator and her brother Jem, who is ten years old live in Alabama town with their father Atticus Finch who is a lawyer. Atticus has to defend a black man who has been falsely accused of raping a white woman. In the courtroom scene, there are children, and
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