Have you ever seen a film and thought "That is nothing like the book" Is the issue the movie, or you?
I constantly tell people, "When you see yourself in the mirror, you think you look like that, but you don't.
You are the only person who sees that image.
So when you see a photograph, your brain wants to know why it looks different. So you search for imperfections" So you read Harry Potter, or Fifty Shades of Grey.
When you read it, your mind creates a visualisation of the story, the characters and the scenes. You pre-visualise the story and gain senses.
If your sister or brother read the same book. Their visualisations would be completely different, just like everyone else who has ever read the books.
So when you see the movie, you are seeing it through the eyes of somebody else entirely.
Is it just movies we do this with?
Do we become judgemental of other peoples view of the world because we expect they see the same?
Have you ever been judgemental or had wildly inaccurate expectations?