...different. To state it mildly.
The rest is NOT silence. Not 'pretty.' And not good - for Miss Sidley, that is. This story has a subtext as well: no matter how well one does at one's 'game' - the 'wheels' can come off, in an instant. Case in point, here. Notice also, the 'near metaphorical' use of imagery regarding Sidley's back. Once able to turn it with confidence on students. In the end? Slip, slip... crash.
What you are about to watch is RIGHT UP THERE WITH AMONG THE MOST EXCELLENT OF KING STORY-TO-SCREEN ADAPTATIONS, in my opinion. I cannot think of many that equal this. If you follow along with each scene, each word, I think you'll agree.
And yes, the 'BATHROOM SCENE' HERE, is done beautifully, flawlessly, brilliantly.
Here is part 1 of 3, on youtube. All 3 parts shall take you 30 minutes to view.
Enjoy. And prepare for terror :-).
Ah yes: And give me a few that equal this, if you 'got em.' I love The Shining (Kubrick). I also felt the 'protagonist' in Christine did an excellent job. :-)