“Some people will recognize certain themes easily, but disregard or not even notice themes that other viewers may concentrate on,” (Goodykoontz & Jacobs, 2011). It’s said that ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is a film that is based on prejudice, injustice, and stereotyping to name a few, but like Goodykoontz & Jacobs mentioned, some viewers miss other themes within such a powerful movie. Within the film, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ lies significant, essential lessons in which one learns when they are growing up that hold the theme to this movie: the ability to have morals and ethics. It’s the good versus the evil that comes from morality that shines the light onto the prejudicial unethical misconduct that is found within this film that was captured into a screen play from Harper Lee’s novel.
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