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I am mainly concerned with the novel. On-the-nose dialog (or action) bores the audience. Subtext can lose them if too subtle. Do you have any guidance on the proper balance between them? - Question/Answer Now Playing


I am mainly concerned with the novel. On-the-nose dialog (or action) bores the audience. Subtext can lose them if too subtle. Do you have any guidance on the proper balance between them?

Aug 14, 2012

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I am mainly concerned with the novel. On-the-nose dialog (or action) bores the audience. Subtext can lose them if too subtle. Do you have any guidance on the proper balance between them? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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