Father Daughter Relationship

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It is mind boggling how the plot of two stories can be different even if they are both based on the same subject. There is a loved younger sister who is not allowed to be in a relationship with any guys until her scary and frowned-upon older sister finds a man of her own. Eventually there is a guy who is intrigued in the older sister allowing the younger sister to date. Both couples find someone they really like and fall in love. The relationships between the characters in The Taming of the Shrew and 10 Things I Hate About You effects the plot of the story and it is clear that the plot of 10 things I hate about you has better character development. The relationship between the father and his two daughters had almost no similarities. The only one being that Baptista Minola did not want his younger daughter Bianca marrying until his older daughter, Kate, has a man of her own to wed. Similarly, Walter Stratford made a rule that his younger daughter Bianca could not date until his older daughter Kat started …show more content…
Both movies do a good job at telling their story but the relationships between the characters change the plot completely. In The Taming of the Shrew the relationship between the father and his daughters was lacking, which took away from the story. Unlike the relationship of the kids and father which had a lot of content and many interactions which made you understand the characters better. The relationship between the two sisters in The Taming of the Shrew was also lacking. It was really plain and simple, hardly focusing on any familial relationships which made it feel like it was missing something. While in 10 Things I Hate About You they had many interactions. Their relationship even evolved throughout the movie which made you feel closer to the characters. This clearly shows that the plot of 10 things I hate about you has better character

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