What are some distinct differences between the film and the book The Kite Runner?  

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It is always difficult to adapt a fairly lengthy novel such as The Kite Runner to just two hours on the wide screen. Such is the case with The Kite Runner , which is, nevertheless, an outstanding film and generally faithful to the novel. There are many scenes from the book that are left out of the movie, which is normal for...

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