Wrapping up the topic of Friendship, we will watch a segment of the movie Narnia. This bit of the movie shows us how to people from different worlds get to know each other and start building a friendship.
The segment you will have to pay attention to is as from minute 11:48. You will have to listen to and read the dialogue that appears on pages 17 to 23 between Lucy and Mr. Tumnus.
There are differences between what it is said and what it was written on the book; spot the differences and in your blog write what you hear.
The Chronicles of Narnia
Book: it says that the faun was busy picking up parcels that first he didn´t gave attention to Lucy.
Movie: They got scared and sreamed when they saw each other.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: But you are – forgive me – you are in fact what they call a human?
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: What about you? You must be some kind of wolf!
Book: Lucy: Of course I´m human.
Movie: Lucy: I´m a girl.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: To be sure to be sure, how stupid of me! But, I´ve never seen a Son of Adam or a Daughter of Eve before. I´m delighted, delighted.
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: You may say that you´re a daughter of eve?
Book: Mr. Tumnus: My name is Mr. Tumnus.
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: May I introduce myself. My name is Tumnus.
Book: Lucy: I am very pleased to meet you, mr. Tumnus. My name is Lucy.
Movie: Lucy: Pleased to meet yo, Mr. tumnus, I´m Miss Pevensie.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: Daughter of Eve from the far land of Spare OOm where eternal summer reigns around the bright city if War Drobe, how would it be if you came and had tea with me?
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: Well then, Lucy Pevensie, from the shining city of Wardrobe, how would it be if you come to have tea with me.
Book: Lucy: Thak you very much, Mr. Tumnus. But I ought to be getting back.
Movie: Lucy: Oh thank you very much, but I must come back.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: It´s only just around the corner, and there´ll be a roaring fire and toast and sardines snd cake.
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: But it is just only around the corner.
Book: Lucy: Well, it´s very kind of you. But I shan´t be able to stay long.
Movie: Lucy: I don´t know. Well… ok.
Book: Lucy: Oh, Mr. Tumnus, I must go home. I only meant to stay for a few minutes.
Movie: Lucy: Oh I should go.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: It´s no good now, you know.
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: It´s too late to go now.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: I´m crying because I´m a bad faun.
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: If I had tell you before. I´m such a terrible faun.
Book: Lucy: I don´t think you are a bad faun at all.
Movie: Lucy: Oh no, you´re the nicest faun I´ve ever met. You can´t have done anything bad.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: Like what I´ve done. Taken service under the White Witch. It is she that has got all Narnia under her thumb. It´s she that makes it always winter. I´m a kidnapper for her. Would yo believe that I´m the sort of faun to meet a poor innocent child in the wood, one that never done any harm, and pretend to be friendly with it, and invite it to my cave, all for the sake of lulling it asleep and then handing it over the White Witch?
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: There´s something I´ am doing. Kidnap a kid. It was the White Witch, she is the one who makes it always winter. She gave orders: If we ever found a human, we were supposed to gave it to her.
Book: Lucy: No, I´m sure you wouldn´t do anything of the sort.
Movie: Lucy: Mr. Tumnus, you wouldn´t. I thought you were my friend.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: We must go as quietly as we can. The whole wood is full of her spies.
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: If she knows this, you´re dead.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: Do you know your way home from here Daughter of Eve?
Movie: Mr. Tumnus: Hope you find your way home from here.
Book: Lucy: Yes, I can see the wardrobe door.
Movie: Lucy: I think so.
Book: Mr. Tumnus: Can you forgive me for what I meant to?
Movie: Mr Tumnus: I´m sorry, I´m so sorry. No matter what happens. I´m glad that I met you. Now go.