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To Kill A Mockingbird: A Worldview

The motion picture “To Kill A Mockingbird” released in 1962 based on the novel published in 1960 written by Nelle Harper Lee. Below are this author’s summary and analysis of the film, written in a philosophical and theological view to explain and illustrate the film’s predominant worldview. This author will first present his summary. The motion picture takes its viewers to an imaginary town of Maycomb, Alabama. A town embedded in the Great Depression within a segregated system fueled by inequality and racism. The narrator portrays herself as Jean Finch, known throughout the movie as Scout, who lives with her brother Jem and her widowed father Atticus Finch. Atticus is portrayed throughout th

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