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Coraline

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Transcript of Coraline

Book's Characters vs. Movie's Characters
Book's Plot vs. Movie's Plot
Book's Setting vs. Movie's Setting
Book's Target Audience vs. Movie's Target Audience
Additions and Omissions
Themes and Messages
Exposition
- Moves to a new house. Audience learns about Coraline's relationship with her parents
Rising Action
- Coraline discovers door to other world. She meets the other neighbours and her 'other' parents
Climax
- Coraline challenges the Beldam to find children's 'eyes' and her own parents
Falling Action
- Coraline frees children's souls, finds her parents and escapes other world
Resolution
- Coraline and Wyborn defeat the Beldam

South of England, 1987
The well
Miss Spink and Miss Forcible's theatre
Mr. Bobo's circus
Coraline's house
The town
Flashback to a wasteland beside Coraline's old house
Transition book for children ages 6-9.

Black and white illustrations
Short chapters: 3-4 pages
PG- Parental Guidance
Book
Movie
Coraline
Book
Movie
The Other Mother
The Real World
The Other World
Book
Movie
Book
Movie
Book
Movie
In our opinion, this book is better suited for children ages 12 and up due to the scary illustrations.
What do you think?
Book
Movie
Coraline The Book
Coraline: The Movie
Written by British author Neil Gaiman
Published in 2002
Considered to be a children's novella under the genres of horror and fantasy
Directed by Henry Selick
Released in 2009
Under the movie genres of animation and fantasy
"Be careful what you wish for"

Looks can be deceiving

Females can be strong characters

Friends will help you if you're in trouble
Book
Movie
American
11 years old
Blue hair
Bored of her life
Clever
Outspoken
Adventurous
Brave
At first:
Looks exactly like Coraline's mother
Invested in Coraline's happiness
A "perfect mother"
Button eyes

Later:
Beldam
Spider-like
Trickster
Evil
Unknown country
The well
Miss Spink and Miss Forcible's theatre
Mr. Bobinski's circus
Her own house
The garden
The well
Miss Spink and Miss Forcible's theatre
Mr. Bobinski's circus
Her own house
The garden
Inside the Mirror
Addition:
Wyborn
Omission:
Flashback to wasteland
English
10 years old
Brown Hair
Brave but scared on
the inside
Suspicious of new people
At first:
Wants Coraline to be happy
A "perfect mother"
Jealous of real mother
Pale, tall and thin
Button eyes

Later:
Beldam
Cracked skin
Trickster
Evil
Exposition-
Moves into a new house. Reader learns about Coraline's relationship with her parents
Rising Action
- Coraline discovers door to other world. She meets the other neighbours and her 'other' parents
Climax
- Coraline challenges the Beldam to find children's souls and her own parents
Falling Action
- Coraline frees children's souls, finds her parents and escapes other world
Resolution
- Coraline defeats the Beldam
The well
Miss Spink and Miss Forcible's theatre
Mr. Bobo's circus
Coraline's house
Inside the mirror
Be brave

Be careful what you wish for

Help others
Change?
Change in appearance and accent to suit American audience. Change in hair colour to emphasize uniqueness.
No change in personality because the whole story finds messages for audience in Coarline's personality.
Change?
No major change in appearance or personality.

Character is portrayed to be less creepy in the movie due to the young target audience.
Change?
The town and flashback are taken out most likely because they do not contribute much to the plot.

The flashback would not suit the style of the film.

Change in country to make film universal to all children.
Change?
The garden is added because it is visually appealing and suits the style of the film.
Change?
There are no changes to the movie's plot because it follows the book.
Change?
There is a change in target audience to include parents.

Also, in the movie there is profanity, partial nudity and scary images where parental guidance is needed.
Change?
There is no change because this is a children's book and a children's movie with valuable lessons for kids.
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