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This film was one of the worst book adaptation movies I have ever seen. Although the book was great, they changed the whole story line, added new scenes, changed the order of events and turned the film film into some kind of a Frankenstein. I can't understand how it was approved to go to market with such an amateur way of script writing.
Being a completely missed chance, acting in this movie remains as an irrelevant discussion as the conversations are completely unrealistic, and the characters are left dull again unlike the book.
I would suggest everyone to read the book, which is a marvelous piece of literature, and skip the film. This movie is nowhere near decent film making.
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