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Christopher 1 Taylor Christopher Professor Wicks LIT 209 September 29, 2013 The Maltese Falcon: Film Response Rate the film The Maltese Falcon (Huston, 1941) on a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best, 1 being the worst): ____8_____. Describe your rationale in one, clear paragraph. The Maltese Falcon (Huston, 1941) is a fairly well-produced movie. As with the previous films the class has viewed that tie together with their corresponding reading books, The Maltese Falcon follows its book almost identically. The dialogue and the screenplay are very similar in addition to the sequence of events. However, considering that the book is not quite descriptive in some specific instances, my ideas in the little details of the characters and how some of the events play out in the story did not align well with the movie. I guess that is just natural in hu- man nature when reading books since everyone does not view things from the same perspective. I observed during the film that there were a couple examples of the Fade-out technique present, one example in particular including a scene with Sam, Tom, and Bundy. One motif, or repeated
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