Tag Archives: Perspective

Analyzing the farce and its reliance on character perspective

This article can be found in its entirety HERE.   “Comedy is unusual people in real situations; farce is real people in unusual situations”  -Chuck Jones Farce is one of the most difficult, challenging forms of writing.  Perhaps more than … Continue reading

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The audience’s perspective: North By Northwest and dramatic irony.

  You can find this article in its entirety HERE.    “It all depends on how we look at things, and not how they are in themselves.” -Carl Jung Much discussion has been given to the function of the main … Continue reading

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Machiavellianism and The Usual Suspects.

  You can find this article in its entirety HERE.     “The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist.” -Roger “Verbal” Kint, The Usual Suspects, Screenplay by Christopher McQuarrie Much effort has … Continue reading

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Did the ending to “No Country For Old Men” leave you cold and confused? Here’s why.

  You can find this article in its entirety HERE.    “You can’t help but compare yourself against the old-timers.  Can’t help but wonder how they would’ve operated these times.”                     … Continue reading

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