Gunton performed his screen test with Robbins, which was filmed by Deakins. His best books - and this is one of them, undeniably - are based on "what if?
Andy is also allowed to stay alone in his cell instead of having a cellmate, unlike most other prisoners. After 20 years in prison, Andy shares the information with Red, describing exactly how to find the place and how one day "Peter Stevens" will own a small seaside resort hotel in ZihuatanejoMexico.
Andy applies to the Maine State Senate for funding to expand the library. When asked, Andy tells Red that he likes to imagine he can step through the pictures and be with the actresses. Andy displays resilience through rebellion, by playing music over the prison loudspeaker, and refusing to continue with the money laundering scam.
Freeman has described Red's story as one of salvation as he is not innocent of his crimes, unlike Andy who finds redemption. Clancy Brown as Byron Hadley: He probably only knows the name.
Following a conversation with Red about Andy, Tommy came to a horrible revelation. He has started a program called "Inside-Out" where convicts do work outside the prison for slave wages.
The guards search the prison but find nothing, until an extremely frustrated Norton rips the pinup poster from the wall to reveal a gaping hole in the thick concrete. Zihuatanejo has been interpreted as an analogue for heaven or paradise. Andy confronted her and she denied his allegations.
The same year, the Warden started his new public service program where the prisoners would work outside the walls. Adaptations[ edit ] The novella has been adapted into a film, The Shawshank Redemptionand a play of the same name.
He brought in five hundred dollars jammed up his back porch, but somehow that graymeat son a bitch managed to bring in something else as well.
A young convict imprisoned for burglary in   James Whitmore as Brooks Hatlen: A few weeks later, Red gets a blank postcard from a small Texas town near the Mexican border, and surmises that Andy crossed the border there.
Andy Dufresne has taken that saying to heart, apparently. I hope I can make it across the border. Normal companies outside cannot compete with the cost of Inside-Out workers, so they offer Norton bribes not to bid for contracts.
Plot[ edit ] Inin MaineAndy Dufresne, a banker, is tried and convicted for the double murder of his wife and her lover, despite his claims of innocence. They had a wig made for him as his head was shaved for his Demolition Man role.
Red adds a postscript to his story about a year later, writing from a hotel in Portland, Maine, after being released from Shawshank. He is sent to Shawshank State Penitentiary to serve a double life sentence.
As a result, he was exempt from manual labor and harassment by his fellow inmates, Captain Hadley even beat up the lead sister Bogs following an assault, which left Andy in the infirmary for a month. So you will do things as an actor that are compromising to your physical health and safety.
Andy was able to help the warden and the prison staff because of his knowledge of finances and tax law. Just as a prison in Ohio stood in for a fictional one in Maine, the beach scene showing Andy and Red's reunion in Zihuatanejo, Mexico, was actually shot in the Caribbean on the island of Saint Croixone of the U.
The interior of the boarding room used by Brooks and Red was in the administration building; exterior shots of the boarding house were taken elsewhere. The Norton in the film is a composite character of the other wardens, a way to tighten the story up; 5 In the book, Tommy is not murdered by Hadley on orders from the warden.No more, I should say.
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King does a very good job at descriptive details; he describes the prison life so well that you would almost believe your right there. The Shawshank Redemption is based on the novella "Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption" published in Different Seasons, a collection of short stories by American writer Stephen King.
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