Demystifying the Plot Points of a Complete Story

              Episode #63

              Story Driver

              In this episode, we take a look at the key story events that shift a narrative from one contextual Act to the next. In addition, we discuss what the Dramatica theory of story identifies in a story—namely, the subtext of narrative conflict. If you previously thought subtext was something that could never truly be defined—prepare to learn the truth. Using examples from both The Florida Project and Call Me By Your Name, we offer a first look insight into the reason for re-branding our service with the more appropriate name: Subtext.

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              Show Notes & Links

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

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