in the movie to kill a mockingbird, what is gain or lost by the film version being shot in 3rd person point of view, instead of Scout's 1st person point of view in the book?
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Answered by jill d #170087
Using the third person narrative in the movie allows for flow and transition. In the film, we know the adult Scout is sharing her memories...... it's about looking back from a more mature perspective.