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Both the movie and the book versions of the famous American piece of literature, The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, held true to the common characteristics of a typical romance. Romance as it may seem, would usually involve love, but that is a common misconception. A true romance is a story that portrays a fantasy that has nature and many weird and exotic aspects. The movie variation of The Scarlet Letter, is very similar to the book, it was surprising because most books to movies get changed to some degree. Although the movie and the book were so close it did have some differences.
The characterization in the movie was very well done. It portrayed the each character exactly like there description in the book. Hester was well played, she had the look of mystery to her, and she seemed secluded and isolated by society. This is just by looking at her. The most captivating part was her eyes, which seemed to have an eerie glow that gave her a supernatural look like she was a not even human. Chillingsworth's character was almost the exact conception I had imagined. He wasn't the exactly the most handsome of m
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