Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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In any great film, there is a great message behind it. When you watch a movie, do you ever dig deeper than just sitting there and looking at what is going on? Perhaps, there is a message or a certain belief that film had. Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird was released into a great film on December 25 1962. This film is a favorite to many people and is still ranked the 29th best film in the internet data base. The film is based around a court case for a black male that was accused of raping a white woman. It is a very inspirational movie. To better understand the film, you must know the director of the film, the leading roles in the film, the conflicts that the plot had to do with racism, and the themes the film and book withhold. Robert Mulligan did an excellent job directing the film, To Kill a Mockingbird. Before Mulligan directed the film, he was not a very popular director. After his work in To Kill a Mockingbird, he became extremely popular and earned himself the opportunity to direct bigger films. Mulligan was the last resort after every other director declined to direct the movie. The reason why no one wanted to publish or direct the film was because other studios believed that the story line lacked action, violence and romance. One writer from FuriousCinima.com, says “when we hear the narration at the beginning of the film, we know that we are seeing the film through Scout/Harper’s eyes (“Robert” n.p.). Since the film is through Scout’s point of view, the…

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