[ExI] why the book is better

William Flynn Wallace foozler83 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 18 17:11:10 UTC 2021

> > But a film doesn't necessarily have to be worse than a book. If a film
> > comes first ...
> Another important factor. Which did you encounter first? The one you're
> more familiar with is often 'better', regardless of whether it's a
> hatchet-job, etc.

That has not been my experience.  If I see a movie first and then read the
book, I usually think of several ways in which the movie could have been
better.   Casting, for one thing - the movie having left out significant
parts, for another.  Differences between me and the director/screen
writer.  A movie that was perfectly cast:  Gone With The Wind.  bill w

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