A Raisin in the Sun and the Death of a Salesman

A Raisin in the Sun and the Death of a Salesperson

A Raisin In The Sun and The Death Of A Salesperson When you read plays and books, you utilize your imagination to imagine what it would appear like till you watch the film but in some cases the movie is something entirely various than what you pictured it to be. That’s how it is with a lot of books and plays. When I read the play A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry I imagined the characters to look and act differently than they did in the movie. It threw me off when I understood that Sean Combs or P. Diddy enacted Walter Lee Younger.

The truth that I’ve seen him in a lot more of a comical role such as the one he played in the film Get Him To The Greek made me question whether he was the best star to play a major function in this film. When I saw more of the movie I discovered that he played the part completely and despite the fact that it was weird viewing him play a major role he did an excellent task doing it. When I read the play I pictured their house to look the precise very same method it looked in the film, the little bathroom shared by more than one household and the outside location where Mother’s flower was.

The dialog in the play and film were comparable in the way they spoke. After seeing the motion picture and thinking of they play it hasn’t impacted the way I look at the play, it now provides me something to base the characters off of when I learn more of the play. While I read The Death Of A Salesman it was hard for me to envision the characters or the setting till I check out further into the play. When I watched the film I was extremely delighted to see that Dustin Hoffman played the primary Character Willy Loman.

Dustin Hoffman played the part completely, since I’ve seen him in both as a comedic character and a more severe one, it made it easier for me to think that he might play the function of Willy. As I learn more into the play I was questioning how they were going to act out Willy’s flashbacks in the movie. Biff Loman’s character in the motion picture was played by John Malkovich, in my opinion he played a very good part in the motion picture, he was extremely emotional and it made the scene exceptionally excellent.

When I enjoyed the film it actually didn’t change my view on the play, it simply gave me something to base the characters off of, so when I learn more I know what they’ll look like. Now that I’ve checked out both scenes from the plays and viewed the films I have actually concerned the conclusion that both of the movies went together with the plays. Like many movies the director’s modification then books or plays around so that it doesn’t match the story line exactly but in these movies then directors did a truly great job in keeping everything in order.

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