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When deciding on the value charge in a scene for a protagonist who changes sides in a war drama, whose point of view do you use? The protagonist? The audience? The writer? - Question/Answer Now Playing


When deciding on the value charge in a scene for a protagonist who changes sides in a war drama, whose point of view do you use? The protagonist? The audience? The writer?

Aug 17, 2012

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When deciding on the value charge in a scene for a protagonist who changes sides in a war drama, whose point of view do you use? The protagonist? The audience? The writer? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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henrymann: avatraitor
at Aug 18, 2012 - 3:40 PM
I only saw it once and I fell asleep in the middle but I thought the reason the protagonist in avatar turned was because he liked tall skinny blue women with long tails. that and the fact that his country wouldn’t give him free healthcare.

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