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When Multiple Characters Are Involved, Can The Same Scene Be Used To Further More Than One Plot or Subplot At A Time? - Question/Answer Now Playing


When Multiple Characters Are Involved, Can The Same Scene Be Used To Further More Than One Plot or Subplot At A Time?

Jul 22, 2010

Movies Referenced in this Q&A:

KNIGHT & DAY starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz: OFFICIAL SITE

TOY STORY 3 with Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Don Rickles: OFFICIAL SITE

AVATAR by James Cameron.

 

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When Multiple Characters Are Involved, Can The Same Scene Be Used To Further More Than One Plot or Subplot At A Time? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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henrymann: Ratatouille
at Jul 22, 2010 - 6:43 PM
The story lines in Ratatouille included Remy’s quest to become a great chef and Ego’s quest to become a human being and both were beautifully climaxed when Ego tasted Remy’s dish of ratatouille.

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