Since the beginning of the movie industries, people have plunged into making movies out of books. How would readers understand the tension that exists between what Gurov wants to say or do versus what he actually says and does?
Most people when they watch a movie do not understand the amount of artistic decisions that go into making it. We must not forget this fact: a book generally takes about hours to finish. A great book allows me to leap over that wall. I would in a heartbeat and you know what?
Just wanted to clarify something. Written by Mikael Trench Films, historically speaking, are still very young forms of storytelling, with the first films ever made released during the 19th century.
While that interpretation does add to the experience, there is still an element of disconnect that can leave some feeling underwhelmed. But more can be said with this argument like sourcefulness and what not. Hollywood cares about the money and these people pay for a ticket to a movie they will just complain about.
Anderson coaxes masterful performances from actors. Explore what your viewpoint character yearns for. Let me tell you guys something.