To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

Movie review

The moral ideals in the work will help you better understand the film based on the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by writer Harper Lee. An Alabama lawyer and his two children, Jim and Eyeball, will explore the issues of nobility, responsibility, compassion and social inequality. The film spans a year and a half, the while Atticus Finch takes part, as a lawyer, in the case of Tom Robinson, an African American accused of raping a white woman. Unfair prosecution, legal irregularities, bias jury, the inertia and slowness of the townspeople, sullen racism, and human cruelty are all things Jim and Atticus Finch will have to confront. Thus, against the background of acute social conflicts, the film shows the period of children’s growing up and the formation of their life path.


Screen shots


Gregory Peck, John Megna, Frank Overton

Movie Info

Director – Robert Mulligan
Writers – Harper Lee (based on her novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”) Horton Foote (screenplay by)
Genres – Crime Drama
Release date – March 16, 1963 (United States)
Country of origin – United States
Official site – Official Facebook
Language – English
Also known as – Ubiti ptico oponašalko
Filming locations – Pasadena, California, USA
Production companies – Pakula-Mulligan Brentwood Productions
Budget – $2,000,000 (estimated)
Gross US & Canada – $592,237
Opening weekend US & Canada – $357,549Mar 24, 2019
Gross worldwide – $599,146
Runtime – 2h 9min
Color – Black and White
Aspect ratio – 1.85 : 1


IMDb – 8.3/10
Metacritic – 88%
Rotten Tomatoes – 92%

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