The Longest Day - Book Vs. Movie

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October 13, 2015








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When he describes the scores of paratroopers sent into France, he simply states that "882 planes carrying thirteen thousand men" were sent in. He doesn't help the reader in visualizing just how that many planes looked in the sky, as well as what it looks like to see hundreds of paratroopers drifting to the ground...
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The film accomplishes this very well, with visuals that strived to strike awe in the viewer. When the planes fly into France, the viewer is shown hundreds upon hundreds of planes flying in the same formation at many different altitudes. To actually see all those planes was incredible, most people haven't seen something that stunning in real life, or in a film...
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