The Crucible

using text evidence from the play elaborate on one element that changed for you when you saw the movie

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I assume that you are referring to the 1996 movie release. I think plays are always better seen than just read. I liked this version of the Crucible. What became especially clear to me was John Proctor's existential angst at the end of the play. It's one thing to read "all I have is my name" but when Daniel Day Lewis has snot, sweat, and tears running down his face, there is a definite difference. That moment became real to me in a way it had not when I just read it.