Way Less José
José (played by Victor Rasuk in the movie) is a much bigger character in the book than he is in the movie, and it works better. While he's present for a few key scenes — like as Christian's photographer and the time he tries to drunkenly kiss Ana — we don't see him much after the latter scene. In the book, there's more made of his feelings for Ana and his status as a romantic rival for Christian, but there's no rumblings of this in the film. It's for the best, because the central relationship is already complicated enough; throwing in a love triangle would have been unnecessary.