What about multiple characters?

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  • #16
    Re: What about multiple characters?

    Originally posted by refriedwhiskey
    Or, if you like bad science fiction, watch Roger Corman's Battle Beyond the Stars.


    (Wow. Interesting trivia I found when I checked imdb to be sure I had the title right: The screenplay was written by John Sayles. One of the art directors was James Cameron. And one of the composers was James Horner.)
    Imagine how bad it would have been if they hadn't been involved.

    Last night in San Pedro

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    • #17
      Re: What about multiple characters?

      You ain't kidding!

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      • #18
        Re: What about multiple characters?

        Often, a story works best if it is from the point of view of one of the people BEING recruited, as opposed to the recruiter. This way they only know as much as the recruiter is telling them, allowing you to string the audeince along with the MC or employ a little dramatic irony.

        But, alas, you are working on this as an adaptation, so that might not help.

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