The Crying Game: The Similarities Between Film And Written Literature

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Film and written literature have often gone hand in hand. Written literature has often served as an inspiration for film. Directors often make movie adaptations of books and people who have read the book will often criticize the movie for lacking important detail covered in the book. Film, depending on many factors can often be better than the book, or at least do it justice. Since the conception of film many have argued that written literature will be obsolete. Written literature will never be obsolete. Films do have certain abilities that written literature does not. The first advantage of film is that the viewer can observe things not explicitly stated. In “The Crying Game” the viewer can clearly see that Dill is transgender without it

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