What's the Difference between Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close the Book and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close the Movie?

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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

93%
Released: 2005
Author: Jonathan Safran Foer

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

7%
Released: 2011
Director: Stephen Daldry
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Oskar Schell
Oskar Schell
Portrayed by: Thomas Horn
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close Book vs Movie
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   This doesn't happen. Oskar finds a hidden note from his father on a set of swings in Central Park. It was a final puzzle that he solved and gave him a feeling of resolution.
   Abby Black calls Oskar a while after his visit to let him know that her husband might know about the key. Oskar notices the phone number on the newspaper clipping his father had circled. The Black's phone number was on the other side and Oskar called and Abby answered and then told him about her husband knowing something about the key.
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