To Kill A Mockingbird is a movie about a man, Atticus, who portrays a lawyer who is defending an African-American of a serious charge. He also struggles to raise his two children, a boy and a girl, Jem and Scout. Atticus does his best to expose them to the true realities of the world and the knowledge to know the difference between what's right and what's wrong despite the world in which they live. What's more, Attitus is a fan and out-right supporter of racial equality which is something that is unheard of and rarely spoken about during this time so he doesn't have many supporters on his side.
If you're a fan of drama and humanity, you'll enjoy watching To Kill A Mockingbird. The movie itself creates an environment around you that wills you to come in and learn about how it works. You'll take away with you the lessons of treating others how you want to be treated and how to recognize injustice when it's right in front of your face.
Many people will love To Kill A Mockingbird. Then, you'll have the ones that won't like or respect the movie for what it stands for at all. But, no matter what, it'll be a movie that'll be hard for you to forget.
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