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Why Isn't The Crisis Moment In THE READER When She Decides To Hang Herself?

Aug 12, 2010

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Anthony wrote
at Aug 13, 2010 - 9:37 AM
If it were Hanna's crisis, meaning, if she were the MC, I wonder if the issue of the 'Hanna Hanging' being OFFSCREEN affects it as a strong crisis moment.
Some films omit key scenes from being onscreen and it affects the strength of the moment.
ie: No Country for Old Men (MC (in act 2)is murdered offscreen)

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