Kill A Mockingbird : Film Review Essay examples

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Film Review To Kill a Mockingbird is probably one of the most argumentative and political movies that I know. To Kill a Mockingbird is also one of my favorite classical movies and is the reason why I picked to review the concepts of this film. In addition, I read the book To Kill a Mockingbird in high school before watching the movie. Reading the book did not give me the full picture of racism then what the film gave me. I did knew it was about racism, but after watching the film, it gave me better clearly and more information of what the story was more about. Now seeing how the characters personalities, it gave the movie the proving points of how life was back then in the Southern parts of America and how they still occur everywhere in America today. The story To Kill a Mockingbird takes place in and small town in Maycomb, Alabama in the early 1900s. The rural town has fell in a deep depression during this time, leaving the people very poor and stressed. Racism was very common during this times, which leaves the diverse cultures segregated in the town; mainly the blacks and whites where segregated. Most white people used this hatred as a scapegoat towards blacks, blaming them for everything that goes wrong because they were a minority. But the story has one family that risks it all to help the minority and are non-racists. That family is the Finch family. Atticus, a father of two and a lawyer, Jim, Atticus’s older son, Scout, Atticus’s younger daughter, and Calpurnia…

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