Where the Wild Things Are is one of the most beloved children’s books in American history. Maurice Sendak’s illustrations and story was brought to the silver screen in 2009, under the direction of “ Spike Jonze. So, how did the director of “Adaptation” pull of this adaptation? Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm
Where the Wild Things Are is a classic children’s book. Classicly short, and with a lot of story left up to the imagination. The live-action big screen version was well over an hour and a half long – quite a bit more time than your average bedtime story. A lot of changes and expansions took place along the way. We’ll look at the book and the film, and let you know: What’s the Difference?
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