I cannot speak for all, but I find watching the movie much more interesting than reading the book. I find that the movie paints a perfect picture well on the other hand reading the book you have to let your imagination take over and create images in your head of what might the scene look like. “Interview with the Vampire” was a well-written book and a well developed movie after reading the book and the watching the movie I found the movie much more entertaining then reading the book. In this essay you will read on how the setting, plot and the characters were created in the movie and in the book and their similarities.
I found that the setting in the movie and in the book were…show more content… Even though the settings were very similar, I still found the movie much more entertaining to watch.
The film has a sense of humor that the book never even alluded to. Some scenes are unchanged in the movie from the book. That’s why I found that the plot in the movie was exactly as it was in the book. There is a scene where Louis first feeds off of Claudia and her transformation, and there is also a scene at the Theatre de Vampires are practically word for word from the book. There is a scene where Claudia sleeps in Louis' coffin this also accurse in the movie. There is also a scene where Lestat locks a whore in a coffin which also accurse in the movie but much more entertaining to watch then read. Also, Lestat's two demises are the same, though there is no vampire musician who accompanies Lestat at that point in the book. Though the line about "I know someone who would make a better vampire than you is still there." There are also fore more scenes that are the same. I also found that the plot in the movie and the plot in the book occur at the same time. The plot occurs when, Louis and Claudia a 6-year-old girl decide to kill their creator, Leastat and move to Paris. Lestat loved the blood of man and women. He would bite, and then kill. Louis hated that. He survived on rats and chickens. Louis made one bite on a human that he regretted. It was a little girl, Claudia. He left her to die. Lestat saw this and decided that he would not let Louis ever