What is the difference between Waiting for Godot the play and Waiting for Godot the movie?

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Assuming Beckett's work would be made into a film, one could see some significant differences.  The feel of the play as one that is disjointed and reflective of the lack of coherency in the modern setting could be lost in a film, which enjoys the...

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