Towards the end of the film, Scout and Jem was shown to be assaulted by an unknown assailant and rescued by an unidentified man. Later, the assailant was identified to be Bob Ewell, the father of white woman who accused the black man. The savior of the two children was later on identified as Boo thus erasing the prejudice against Boo. The main or pertinent characters of the movie were Scout, Jem, Atticus, Boo Radley and Tim Robinson because these vital characters were the personalities where the story revolved. The historical setting of the story was in 1930s, in a small town of Maycomb in the South. This period in American history and the location was known for the conservative views against black people and wherein black people were mistreated by most of the white people. The story was presented in a flashback as in the opening of film, the narrator indicated that she was remembering the events that occurred when she was a six-year old child. In the film, two scenes are essential in understanding the plot of the film and these two scenes are the part when the trial of the black man was in progress and the other was in the later part of the film wherein Boo Bradley was credited for his heroic deed and was finally accepted by in the neighborhood. These parts explained the plight of the black people during that period while the other explained another aspect of prejudice against individuals whom the society regards as abnormal.