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Should Writers Write With The Intent That The Audience Has Some Information About The Story In Advance? - Question/Answer Now Playing


Should Writers Write With The Intent That The Audience Has Some Information About The Story In Advance?

Jul 20, 2010

For Part One of this question, please refer to the Q&A from July 12th.

Programming Note: Please note the Q&A originally schedule for July 20th ("Is the quest for an artistic work always diminished by the commercial requirements of distribution?") will run tomorrow (July 21st).

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Should Writers Write With The Intent That The Audience Has Some Information About The Story In Advance? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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at Jul 26, 2010 - 3:39 PM
What great advice - view the story ala Maslow's Peak Experience.
henrymann: observation
at Jul 20, 2010 - 5:43 PM
I personally find that a surprise such as a casting surprise is a distraction. If one needs such surprises to keep their interest then one may be viewing a bad movie.

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