Shadow of a Bull Movies, Media Adaptations & Suggested Reading

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The theme of ascertaining independence is also examined in Wojciechowska's Hollywood Kid, in which Bryan, a troubled, lonely boy, is torn between concern for his mother and a secret need to break free of her and be on his own. Another of Wojciechowska's works that addresses some of the same themes as Shadow of a Bull is A Single Light. Set in Spain, it is the empathetic story of a hearing impaired Andalusian girl's love for a priceless statue of the Christ child, and of how this leads to violence and tragedy in her village.

Another influential work, Tuned Out, examines the use of drugs by adolescents.

It is Wojciechowska's most controversial book and in 1981 was made into a movie entitled Stoned: An Anti-Drug Film, starring Scott Baio.

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