The novel has not been read and is not embarrassing, even if it has not been seen in the movie, it is a bit weak.

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The novel has not been read and is not embarrassing, even if it has not been seen in the movie, it is a bit weak.
Since everyone is willing to lie about it, of course, it is a classic world famous book, so almost all have been adapted into movies, with one exception.”A long Utopian novel published in 1984 by the British writer George Orwell in 1949, has been adapted into a movie many times.More famous are the version directed by Michael Redford in 1984; the version directed by Michelle Anderson in 1956; the version directed by Rudolf Cartier in 1954.The director of the so-called “spy” series Paul Greengrass intends to direct a version, which has not yet taken shape.”War and Peace”, one of the masterpieces of the Soviet writer Tolstoy’s novel, has been adapted into a movie many times.Film directed by Kim Widow in 1956, starring Audrey Hepburn in 1968 directed by Sergey Bondarchuk, currently the best, the most ambitious version is mostly adapted from the series John Howard Day in 1972Weiss directed the episode, starring Anthony Hopkins.After the new millennium, two dramas also appeared.The great work of British great writer Dickens in “Great Expectations” has been adapted into movies many times.More famous are the 1946 David Lean edition; the 1974 Joseph Hardy edition; the 1998 Alfonso Caron edition, a star-studded edition; the 1999 Julian Gerrard edition; the 2012 Mike NeyThe Will edition is also a collection of Daming.The only novel written by American writer Jerome David Salinger in The Catcher in the Wheat Field has had a huge impact.There has never been a movie version of the book, only some related derivative works.Countless directors wanted to adapt this book, but the author Salinger never sold the copyright of the movie.The gossip behind it is said: Salinger retired to his home and found his 18-year-old first-love girlfriend “Buber” and married 55-year-old Chaplin. He has sincerely hated the movie world and has taken care of copyright after his death.The time when the novel became a public book was in 2046, and then it was possible that a movie would be released.British writer E. TravelM.One of Foster’s masterpieces.The most famous version of the film is the one directed by David Lean in 1984, starring Judy Davis. It is a classic of film history, and its influence even exceeds the novel.The Lord of the Rings, British writer J.R.R.Tolkien’s novels are recognized as the originator of modern fantasy literature.The film adaptation is familiar to everyone, Peter Jackson’s trilogy from 2001.Amazon’s adaptation of the largest investment in the history of the episode is also coming soon.”Killing a Robin” is a novel published by American female writer Harper Lee in 1960.It was adapted into a film of the same name in the second year of publication, directed by Robert Mulligan, starring Gregory Pike, Robert Duvall and others.As a result, this version was too classic, and the moment when Parker’s performance became the biggest highlight in the history of the film also caused almost no future generations to have the courage to remake.”Sin and Punishment”, a representative novel by the Soviet writer Dostoevsky, has been adapted into movies many times.Some of the more well-known include the American version directed by Joseph von Steinberg in 1935; the French version directed by Pierre Chenal in 1935; the Soviet version directed by Lev Kurijanov in 1969, more faithful to the original; 1983In 2003, Aki Korismaki directed the Finnish version; in 1998, Joseph Sargent directed the American version; in 2002, Julian Gerrard directed the British version of the film and other “Arrogance and Prejudice” British female novelist Jane AustinThe novels he has created have been adapted into film and television works many times.The most famous of these is the 1940 version directed by American director Robert Z. Lenner, starring Gloria Garson and Lawrence Oliver; and the 2005 film version starring Keira Knightley.The novel by Jane Eyre, British female writer Charlotte Bronte, has been adapted into film and television works many times.The most famous ones are the version directed by Robert Stevenson in 1944, starring Joan Fontaine, starring Orson Welles; directed by Delbert Mann in 1970, Susannah York, George C. ScottStarring version; 1996 version directed by Franco Zeffirelli, Charlotte Gansbourg, starring William Hurt; 1997 directed by Robert Young, Samantha Morton, Theron SeanThe version starring De; the 2011 version directed by Kerry Fuyong, starring Michael Fassbender, Mia Wahikokovska, Jamie Bell, Judy Dench etc.