To Kill a Mockingbird

what is the climax in the story

climax is the turning point or major event that turns the story around (in film) it

is the most important part of the plot because during the film, the viewer is

waiting to see how the central idea in film is resolved. The action in film has been building over time until the very end when all the loose ends are tied.

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Some people argue it is when Tom Robinson is pronounced guilty by the jury.

Robinson's death resolves the story line and its moral questions.