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              Making Meaning Out of the Meaningless

              Episode #62

              The Storyform

              If you want to make meaning out of the meaningless, if you want to ensure that you don’t write a pointless story, a Dramatica® storyform ensures that what you have to say promises purpose and a reason for the audience to listen. With that in mind, we take a look at the differences between The Disaster Artist and Darkest Hour. Guess which one contains a solid narrative?

              In addition, we explain why The Accountant seems so jam-packed with story and answer questions about the separation between the Influence Character perspective and the Relationship Story perspective.

              You can read the entire transcription of this episode here.

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              Show Notes & Links

              Narrative First theme by Alex Hull. Hear more on his Soundcloud, Operation Solace.

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