The film, To Kill a Mocking Bird covers three years, during which Scout and Jem undergo changes in their lives. They began as innocent children, who spent their days happily playing games with each other and spying on Arthur "Boo" Radley. The film opened up with the small family -- Atticus Finch and his two children, Scout and Jem. Atticus was a lawyer and had a strong belief that all people are to be treated fairly. That caused he also allowed the children to call him by his first name. With his career worked as the lawyer, he raised them with letting them learning from their experiences like an adult. This small family's home is set in the quiet town of Maycomb, Alabama. All people lived and enjoyed with their peaceful lives. However this town include three communities: the white folk, the black community and the white trash. If we looked from the outside, three communities are harmony and peaceful, but underneath of three communities combined of hostility, racial prejudices and friendlessness.