Aaron Sorkin on how his Broadway show ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is relevant today

“Nightline” speaks to the all-star cast of the show, including Sorkin and Jeff Daniels, about their take on the iconic story.

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  1. OKAY HERE IS THE REAL TEA. Aaron Sorkin has completely changed the originally meaning of Lee’s original concept. No longer is TKAM a story about the perspective of a child coming of age in a turmultous time period, but a reportedly underwhelming look at a drab lawyer whose perspective reigns over all of the media from that time period. Adaptations are hard and Sorkin missed the mark on this one. Shifting the narrative perspective from Scout to Atticus is the literal worst thing that he did with the script.

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