Best Films for schoolchildren on literary works

“The Master and Margarita”, 2005

"The Master and Margarita", 2005

Book: “The Master and Margarita”, Mikhail Bulgakov

Film: “The Master and Margarita”, 2005, director Vladimir Bortko

The novel, The Master and Margarita, is not only a great literary phenomenon of the early twentieth century but also a historical source of life. The master in the USSR in the 20th-30 years. Because Mikhail Bulgakov’s work has resonated in numerous theatrical productions and screenings. In 2005, Vladimir Bortko’s series was released, which literally retells the action. The whole novel to the viewer, word for word, is a wonderful illustration of the work. But to feel the mystery and depth of the story of the Devil, who came to earth with his retinue to punish and pardon humanity? However, it is possible only after reading it. After that, feel free to sit the graduates in front of their monitors and dive with them into the story of Woland, the Master, and Margarita.

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, 2006

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, 2006,

Grade 11

Book: “Perfume”, Patrick Süskind

Film: Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, 2006, directed by Tom Tykwer

This is a novel by Süskind about the beautiful and the ugly. Because it’s the story of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille, who commits a series of brutal murders to achieve his cherished dream of creating the perfume of love. However, the filmmaker had the difficult task of telling the story of the hero’s inner world, whose main characteristic is his unique sense of smell. The film begins with a scene in a stinky Parisian fish market. After an hour of watching, the picture begins to “fragrance”. This, by the way, is greatly assisted by the color scheme in which the film is shot. However, the detailed reproduction of the historical setting only enhances the viewer’s presence. However, plunge into the atmosphere of Patrick Suskind’s novel through the eyes of the filmmakers.


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