Good Night, Mr. Tom Essay | Goodnight Mister Tom - Directed by Tom Gold-Film Review

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Goodnight Mister Tom - Directed by Tom Gold-Film Review

Summary: Goodnight Mister Tom - Directed By Tom Gold review of book to film adaptation.
Based on Michelle Magorian's best-selling novel, "Goodnight Mister Tom" a young boy by the name of William Beech, an eleven year old war evacuee from London, suddenly finds that his whole world is turned upside down. William is evacuated to a small country town known as Little Weirwold, to live with a crotchety old man by the name of Tom Oakley, who is affectionately known as Mister Tom. Director Jack Gold uses the talent of experienced British actor, the late John Thaw (Tom Oakley) and Nick Robinson (William Beech).

As with many novels converted into film, in this case a telemovie, the film tends to drift away from the original storyline of the novel due to length of time allocated and other restrictions. However Jack Gold's Goodnight Mister Tom seems to be the worst offender in my opinion.

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