The Great Gatsby: 9 Big Differences Between The Book And Movie

By Jessica Rawden 2013-05-10 13:52:59discussion comments
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”Jay

We get an early hint that Gatsby is wistful and waiting for someone before Carraway even goes to New York and gets roaring drunk. He sees his neighbor out on the dock late in the evening, staring across the harbor. It’s easy for audience members who have read the book to decipher what he is thinking, but the small moment certainly gives fans an extra foreshadowing of the big reveal in the book.

”Baz

While Fitzgerald’s book always feels very much a product of a particular period in time, Luhrmann’s work always seems like one grand costume party, irrevocably modern and full of rap music. He pairs this with quiet moments between our main characters that give us a breather and result in a stylistic film that manages to feel like Fitzgerald’s book and nothing like it at all.
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