and scene of the book. When I watched the movie, from the beginning I knew that it was missingmany parts of the book, but the most important observation that I made was that the movie did not show the numerous joyful moments in Jane Eyre's lifetime but rather it emphasizes the hurtful and upsetting moments in her life. The book Jane Eyre was beautifully written by Charlotte Bronte, and the 2011 representation of this book was not able to depict this level of writing. Although most people think that the 2011 movie is not as good as the book, some people may disagree because of the way the characters showed their emotions and how the movie was
straight to the point, and not at all lengthy. According to an article from The Silver Petticoat Review, Harris believes that, “This Jane Eyre focused on the feelings of the characters more, andnot just Jane and Rochester’s either. This movie gives fair balance to each stage of Jane’s life. The film shared flashes of her most significant moments from childhood (i.e. Helen’s death, the Red Room).” This gives us a perspective on what some people think of the 2011 representation of the movie, and it also gives us an insight on some of the emotions that were felt while watching this movie for some people. This movie was considered an elegant and fiery adaption of the book Jane Eyreand was rated 84% on a rating website called Rotten Tomatoes. Even though there are some people who believe that the 2011 adaptation of the book Jane Eyre was better than the book it still did not do justice to the beautifully written version by Charlotte Bronte. In conclusion the characters, details leading up to the important events and the joyful moments from the book were not clearly shown in this 2011 adaptation of the book Jane Eyre.