My view on things has changed a whole lot since I read this book. A movie, a death, a church and friendship, " The Outsiders" has it all. A story of brotherhood, friendship, and of a murder, boys and his good friend are found in a murder, they have to escape form obtaining caught by the police, and they also run away, starting their voyage of friendship and hardships.
After examining the novel and seeing the movie I noticed some dissimilarities, I'll begin with Ponyboy, in the novel pony boy can be slapped by simply his buddy, but in film production company, he is forced, I think the actors couldn't fake the slap or wanted to injury the celebrities, this difference wasn't extremely good it took away some of the drama. One other difference is that in the motion picture it ends soon after Dally's fatality and in the novel a whole lot happens next; this was a really bad in order to the film, like pony boy breaking the glass was definitely a spot that produced the story more enjoyable. 1 similarity in the book and new is that in both this individual cuts his hair and dyes that blonde.
Ashton also experienced some variations in the book and in the film in the novel Ashton is jumped and includes a large scar across his cheek; in the movie it's very obvious. This big difference is good because it would entice a lot of attention instead of the viewer focusing on other things. In the movie and novel he has his jean jacket that this individual wears during much of the video.
There is also Dally still has his outlaw appearance of his troublemaker self, this was very important the publication and motion picture. Also in the book he robs a drugstore, but in the movie he takes a book and rips up then frightens the cashier then operates away, this was an ok change, this did not help to make a lot of difference, maybe the overseer thought it might stir up some more action.
Some incidents also got their distinctions, in one of the house of worship scenes; Ponyboy and Ashton try to get a rabbit in the film version, inside the novel variation there was simply no bunny getting. The movie might have needed some thing more,...