Charlie’s whole attitude to his daughter’s “mysterious” change is completely different than in the book series. In Meyer’s novel, he doesn’t want to know anything, which is convenient for the writing, but doesn’t really make sense for a parent. In the film, Charlie has a desire to learn what happened to his daughter, but Bella pressures him into backing off. It’s a more fluid segue.

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