To Kill A Mockingbird: Scene Analysis

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Music and Movies

 

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Karen L

 

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November 8, 2015

 

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University

 

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There is, however, one noticeable formality seen in the movie and not in the book. This formality takes place when Boo appears and Atticus states, "Miss Jean-Louise . . ." Her name does not appear this way in the book but does in the movie in order to exert a certain idealistic fervor of the Finch household that belongs in every household that adults should be respectful and well-spoken...
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When Mary Badham leans against the bedpost and wraps her hands around it, she is implying that, at least at first, there is reason for Scout to fear Boo. But then Mary Badham puts her hand out towards Boo effectively inviting him back into society. And when the young six-year-old actress smiles, Robert Duvall (playing Boo) immediately enters a relaxed state which demonstrates the character's affection and trust of children...
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