You could honestly cut Jordan out of the film altogether and no one would notice. Back in the day. Sleeveless dresses with more jewels, beads, and lavish decor are more apparent in the newer Gatsby. Both had their own way of approaching the character and really selling Gatsby.
But at least it kept me awake. There are some other similar additions in the movie of in order to keep the continuity of the story.
Thanks for reading! I found the actor who played Myrtle to be way over the top, way too over acted.
While in the movie, this character has been left out. I took her meaning that she would be foolish enough not to be aware of her husband's philandering, Daisy assuming any and all prospective son-in-laws would cheat.
One of the most important parts of the book was sadly deleted-that of Jordan Baker's tale of the early romance between Gatsby and Daisy.
I have read the book thrice and saw the '73 version when it came out.