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East of Eden, A Film Review

Summary: Reviews the movie "East of Eden," made in 1955 and directed by Elia Kazan. Discusses the plot of the Academy Award winning film, based on the John Steinbeck novel. Compares the film to the biblical story of Caine and Able.
The movie "East of Eden" was made in 1955 but is an all time classic. It was based on John Steinbeck's novel of the same name. The novel was a winner of Nobel Prize for Literature, and the movie also won an Academy Award in 1956 as well as many other prestigious awards for movies.

The movie started with Cal, the main character of the movie, found out that his supposedly long dead mother, Kate, did not die at all, but shot Cal's father Adam in the shoulder and left Cal and his twin brother Aaron long time ago. She now owned a prostitute house not too far away from the town of Salinas, where Cal and his family lived. When Cal went home, His father Adam showed it very clearly that he loved and was proud of Aaron dearly, but did not understand nor loved...

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