What's the Difference between The Other Boleyn Girl (book) the Book and The Other Boleyn Girl (2008) the Movie?


The Other Boleyn Girl (book)

Released: 2002
Author: Philippa Gregory

The Other Boleyn Girl (2008)

Released: 2008
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   In the beginning, Mary Boleyn witnesses the execution of a man convicted of treason. Before he is executed, she believes that the king will come at the last minute and pardon him, but he doesn't. Doesn't happen
   Anne arrives home from France and Mary is already married to William Carey. Anne and George help Mary prepare to seduce the king. The movie opens when Mary and William get married, and Anne is there as well as their brother, George. It is Anne who is first chosen to be a mistress for King Henry.
   This does not happen. While hunting, Anne leads King Henry down a steep hill and the king falls and hurts himself. He then falls for Mary while she is taking care of him. Anne is jealous.
   Henry does not rape anyone. Henry rapes Anne after a fight.
   Anne and Mary's mother is just as calculating and mean as Thomas Boleyn and Uncle Norfolk. Anne and Mary's mother is against the plans of her husband and brother and slaps her husband at the end of the film.
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