What's the Difference between Drive the Book and Drive the Movie?



Released: 2005
Author: James Sallis


Released: 2011
Director: Nicolas Winding Refn
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Portrayed by: Ryan Gosling
Portrayed by: Carey Mulligan
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   A brief history of Driver's childhood is discussed. His father was a criminal who was killed by his unstable mother. We know nothing about his past.
   This doesn't happen. Bernie and Nino want to help Driver become a stock car driver.
   Irene and Standard are divorced. He is sleeping on her couch. They are still married.
   Driver agrees to help Standard with a job because it is a job and Standard does it because he is a criminal. Standard is forced to do the job because of money he owes and he convices Driver to help him so he can get out of the crime world.
   Driver is involved in two separate heists. The first is with Standard, and the second involves Bernie and Nino. There is only one heist that is a combination of the two in the novel.
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