A blog about writing and all things story…
Then a beautiful woman appears at a party. He follows her. Who is she? She knows he’s following, she stops, turns “hello Charles” she says. The screen goes black. Now we know we have a story.
Then, it’s 10 years earlier when the soldier, Charles is invited to the family home, (immense mansion & grounds) of his college friend (wannabe lover) Sebastian. Charles is quickly seduced by the opulent lifestyle and Sebastian’s beautiful sister.
Boondocks is campy, weird and brilliant. I’ll cover that in a couple days.
Studying movies helps me study and understand story telling that works and that doesn’t. Though I’m writing a novel, studying films informs my writing, the imagery I use and what is and is not satisfying to a modern day audience. I study story telling through books, poetry, music and film. But, that’s just me. How do you study story telling?
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By Miri Elm
(re)Living History, with occasional attempts at humor and the rare pot-luck subject. Sorry, it's BYOB. All I have is Hamm's.
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