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I have not read the book, and the movie's version will be slightly different from the actual book's version due to the many dramatization in the film to make it more "exciting"
for the cinema's audience.
I recommend: "Osama', another movie on the similar subject matter. It is in foreign language, subtitled in English.
>4 razzamajazz: If you haven't read the book, how do you know the movie has "many dramatization" in it?
The novel. The Kite Runner was written by the Afghan author Khaled Hosseini. It was published in 2003 and was adapted and made a movie in 2007.
I was surprised to know this novel is written in English, where the language is not the mother tongue's language of the author.
I have not really read the book completely, but have done a "skimming" reading' just to compare the movie and book versions after watching the movie.
I know a bit of the storyline.The story centered around the main character and his troublesome childhood in Kabul.Let the story fast forward. The Hazard servant's son,Hassan, is Amir's best friend.
The initial part of storyline, Amir and Hassan explore the streets of Kabul, involved with kite flying contests and threartening bullies.
Hassan faithfully runs the kites and protects him from the bullies, to win Amir's respect.
The story become more intense when Hassan is violently sodomised, and Amir betrays Hassan by not protecting him.
Lacking his father's affection, Amir plan to chase Hassan and his father out of his household worked as servants.Amir want to be noticed by his father as Hassan was much favored and loved by his father,Baba with gifts.
By doing so to forget his guilt for not protecting Hassan.
Some key elements of the story are missing usually the movie's version moved very quickly from event to event.
The abuse of Hassan was not really shown clearly in the movie due to some censorship's film ruling or not to show the obvious incident too openly to the movie's audience.
I have yet to read the novel "page by page"to understand the story more clearly.I usually skimmed the book before viewing the movie's version, and later read the book.
To see the movie first before reading the book is not a good habit. Reading the book first is better because usually you seldom want to read when the movie is "a flop".
Because comments are really good in this books, so i want to learn this books and taking some great & beautiful knowledge.
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