"How are Cellies emotions portrayed differently in the book and in…
"How are Cellies emotions portrayed differently in the book and in the movie"
Relationship of Cellie and Albert - Forgiviness
Grown past him and the situation he put her in
Almost if he has become unimportant to her life
The film robs the story of some of its depth, the book has longer and more detailed scenes
Her feelings for Shug
Strongly seen throughout the descriptions of the book
It is possible to feel her pain with her as the reader reads her heartfelt letters to God about her hardship and even some momentds of supreme joy
Felings of happinies, joy and hope towards the ending of the book
Feelings to anger and rage towards Albert
Feelings of fear, shame, ignorance in the start of the book
Description of the strong and shocking scenes
Relationship of Cellie and Albert
His awakening and awareness of the things he did wrong is not expressed in the end.
Less time and space to prioritize their emotions/relationships
Relationship with Shug is far less obvious
In this aspect it is not possible to see her growth and emotions as obviously
The film makes the complexities of the male characters seem less human.
High and low angles of the scenes show power
Low angles when shooting Mr.___ to show how Cellie sees him and feels his superority
High angles when shooting Celie to show how she feels less powerful
Dinner table scene.
Cellie expresses her emtions and thought to the point were she threatens Albert with a knife
Actual reactions and demonstrations of feelings and scenes
Colors of the settings
Allows the viewer to percieve things differently from the book
In significant scenes - pops of purple and pink
Emphasize what the characters are talking about or what they want to express
Show that their is something specific tha the audience should percieve
Shades of green and brown