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  Books versus films: Opposer's points
Updated 13 March 2002, 15.17

The opposer disagrees with the motion:

"This house believes that books offer things films can't."

The opposer could use the points below when making their speech.

Spaces have been left for them to add points of their own:

  • Films can take good books and improve them by adding spectacular visual and sound effects.

  • Books are limited by the reader's imagination. With a film, all the aspects are clearly shown.

  • Films take less time to experience than books.

  • It has been said that a picture paints a thousand words.

  • Everybody experiences a story in the same way through watching a film. This makes it easier to talk about afterwards.

  • Watching a film can be a social event.










 
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