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    plot Lots of "beginning", lots of "middle" ... no "end"

    Even if they don't have big drama - big ideas, big dreams - doen't mean they don't have small routine drama. Every day is a challange and that is how you plot your script
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    critique WORK IN PROGRESS scripts

    Respect, bro
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    plot Lots of "beginning", lots of "middle" ... no "end"

    This might be unpopular, but you don't always need WHY, WHERE is enough. You construct the story depending on where you characters move. Like in sitcoms. What do they want? And how do they get there?
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    critique WORK IN PROGRESS scripts

    How can you build a scene if you don't understand the structure? That's why people write ten minutes of dialogue scene which has no obvious purpose and is boring.
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    Any answer
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    Do we have that in my "scene number one"?
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    Alright, lets break the scene down. I mean reservoir dog scene from above. Break it down )
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    critique WORK IN PROGRESS scripts

    Yes, you mean scene as one location, one period of time. I mean one scene, one conflict. I guess different schools
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    What's the character's status?
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    Sorry, third page
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    Second message, second page
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    critique WORK IN PROGRESS scripts

    Yes, i did.
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    Dude... imagine... you and me in a studio apartment. We own a money to a guy. Everything is happening in one location. We argue do we need to return the money. Door bell rings. We open and the man we owe money to enters. He beats the shit out of us, but we manage to kill him. Now we argue how to...
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    critique WORK IN PROGRESS scripts

    I did. Two different scenes in reservoir dog openning, each three minutes on avarage
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    I did
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    There are film which use one location and one time period. They last for 90 minutes. Are you saying that it's 90 minutes scene?
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    critique WORK IN PROGRESS scripts

    Are you guys serious? I'm confused. How do you make a scene? What instruments do you use? What structure do you use? I'm really intrested. Could you explain it to me.
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    I don't think so, it's a basic structure. It's like inner montage. There are two different scenes wrapped in one.
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