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.
Deliberate Storytelling is a practice whereby the Author creates with intent and purpose. Collaborate with a story expert today and start down the path towards finally writing and finishing your story.
Show Notes & Links
- The Accountant storyform
- Podcast of The Accountant Dramatica Users Group analysis
- Coco storyform
- The Shape of Water storyform
- Narrative analysis of Darkest Hour
- The Disaster Artist storyform
Narrative First theme by Alex Hull. Hear more on his Soundcloud, Operation Solace.