The adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Coraline for screen - i.e. the film script....
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coraline screenplay Reviews
Coraline is the tale of a girl who is dissatisfied with her life. She has just moved to a new neighbourhood, far away from her friends and her parents are so invested in their work that they neglect her. They never really listen to Coraline and seem not to care about her. One day, she goes exploring and discovers a mysterious little door. Every night she is transported through this door to a magical realm in which she has "Other parents" - everything she'd ever dreamed her parents would be, but with buttons for eyes. Everything seems perfect in this other world, but little does she know just how deceptive appearances can be.I can't compare this to Neil Gaiman's Coraline as I haven't read that, but I think it was a fantastic script. Despite having watched the film many times, I still found reading it to be intensely gripping and suspenseful. It's a very different experience - reading a film - but definitely one I'd like to repeat! Coraline is bone-chilling, creepy, compelling and endlessly creative. It inspires my imagination... And now I feel that I have to watch the film again to compare it to Selick's writing.