Main Character Resolve, Main Character Growth, and Inequity
In order to wind up the dramatic potential for a story, an Author must answer eight essential questions. In this episode, we cover the first two ingredients of an effective narrative.
Stories are not simply about three-dimensional characters bumping up against rising tension. Rather, they model the human mind’s problem-solving process in an attempt to argue the effectiveness of a particular point-of-view. The closer a story mirrors this process the clearer it’s message and the less likely an Audience will sense there are any story “holes”.
We also take our first look at the animated film The Little Prince and offer a suggestion for improving the narrative drive that seems to die out towards the end of the film.
Links and Show Notes
Narrative First theme by Alex Hull. Hear more on his Soundcloud, Operation Solace