MoviePsycho Rating : 4.5/5
To Kill a Mockingbird Movie based on the Harpee Lee's autobiographical novel. Story is about a very honest lawyer Atticus Finch which is narrated by Finch's six-year-old daughter Scout. Story clearly depicts difference and sheds light on the difference in perception of a child and an adult of the same thing.
Finch spent his most of time in representing the case of a Tom Robinson who was wrongfully accused for raping a white woman. Atticus has strong case that proves Tom's innocence but due to the height of racialism at the time, the jury is not ready to accept the defeat of a White over a Black.
Boo Radley is the Boogeyman - the personification of mystery that hangs thick in the air on summer nights. Children are frightened of Bob and Everyone else thinks he is an "Idiot Person". Later in the movie, Bob turns out to be savior of Finch children, saving the daughter from an attacked of a venomous bigot.
To Kill a Mockingbird highlights about racism against black community during 1930's.In one scene all white men are seen advancing towards Atticus as he was standing outside the jail where Tom was being held. And predictably justice is not served resulting in the death of innocent Tom who tried to run away from police custody in pursuit of his otherwise unsure freedom.
Reviewed By : Deepak Gupta
To Kill a Mocking Bird is one of those rare productions where everything fits in beautifully - a fabulous script, a perfect cast, and a director who has a clear vision of what he wants done and the skills to do convert his vision into vivid reality. To Kill a Mockingbird is a universally recognized classic, and the label is well deserved. And due to loving pieces of art like these, we are labeled as Psychos!
Reviewed By : Rajat Kumar
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