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To Kill a Mockingbrid, A Summary and Review

Summary: Discusses the film version of the Harper Lee novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, directed of Robert Mulligan. Summarizes the film's plot and discusses the moral lessons actor Gregory Peck, as Atticus Finch, teaches to his children.
The film to Kill A Mockingbird is based on the novel by Harper Lee, and is directed by Robert Mulligan. It is filmed in black and white and was filmed in the 1960's. It is set in the depression of the 1930's and in the fictional southern american town of Maycomb. It follows the lives of two small children who have lost their mother and live with their father. The town has many people who are prejudice to the negros of the town. During the film the childrens father teaches many valuable lessons in life - belives in practising christian values, his morals, understanding (race relations and mrs dubose), tolerance, patience, kindness and the nature of courage.

The children's life in the film is a typical life as was in the 1930's. In the film they play games with a certain with...

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