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To Kill a Mockingbird is a movie starring Gregory Peck, John Megna, and Frank Overton. Atticus Finch, a lawyer in the Depression-era South, defends a black man against an undeserved rape charge, and his children against prejudice.
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|Writer||Horton Foote, Harper Lee|
|Stars||Rosemary Murphy, Gregory Peck, John Megna, Frank Overton|
|Also Known As||Σκιές και σιωπή, Na Sombra e no Silêncio, Ubistvo jednog drozda, Ako zabiť vtáčika, ¿Cómo matar a un ruiseñor?, Matar a un ruiseñor, Koshtan-e morgh-e moghalled, アラバマ物語, Arabama monogatari, Skuggorna över södern, Drep ikke en sangfugl, Skies kai siopi, Du silence et des ombres..., Ubiti ptico oponašalko, Spaar de spotvogel, An taghtol-a ta'eran bari'an, Jako zabít ptáčka, O Sol é para Todos, Nežudyk strazdo giesmininko, Para matar a un ruiseñor, Wer die Nachtigall stört, Dræb ikke en sangfugl, To Kill a Mocking Bird, Il buio oltre la siepe, De onbekende in de schaduw, Bülbülü Öldürmek, Zabić drozda, Ubiti pticu rugalicu, Kuin surmaisi satakielen, Ugursuz Kus, Sa ucizi o pasare cantatoare, Jako zabít ptácka, Убити птицу ругалицу, Skuggor över södern, 梅崗城故事, Giết Con Chim Nhại, Du silence et des ombres, Ne bántsátok a feketerigót!|
|Runtime||2 h 9 min|
|Quality||480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K|
|Description||Through the eyes of "Scout," a feisty six-year-old tomboy, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD carries us on an odyssey through the fires of prejudice and injustice in 1932 Alabama. Presenting her tale first as a sweetly lulling reminiscence of events from her childhood, the narrator draws us near with stories of daring neighborhood exploits by her, her brother "Jem," and their friend "Dill." Peopled with a cast of eccentrics, Maycomb, a "tired and sleepy town" modeled after Lee's native Monroeville, finds itself as the venue of the trial of Tom Robinson, a young black man falsely accused of raping an ignorant white woman. Atticus Finch, Scout and Jem's widowed father and deeply principled man, is appointed to defend Tom for whom a guilty verdict from an all-white jury is a foregone conclusion. Juxtaposed against the story of the trial, is the children's hit and run relationship with Boo Radley, a shut-in whom the children, and Dill's Aunt Rachel, suspect of insanity, and whom no one has seen in recent history. Cigar-box treasures, found in the knot hole of a tree near the ramshackle Radley house, temper the children's judgment of Boo. "You never know someone," Atticus tells Scout, "until you step inside their skin and walk around a little." But fear keeps them at a distance until one night, in streetlight and shadows, the children confront an evil born of ignorance and blind hatred, and must somehow find their way home.|