some critics have said that the film focuses more on Jem's experiences than the novel does. Do you agree? provide support for your answer.
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I liked the film. I didn't think Jem's experiences were overly dealt with. Jem is invariably connected with his little sister. His maturation is used as a measure for Scout's own coming of age. The plot is, in part, moved forward by Jem's evolving reactions to events. Scout’s understanding that the world is not a fair place is, to an extent, driven by Jem’s disillusionment with racist society.