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How does the need in story to create absolute, irreversible change in the protagonist's life work for series and serial characters? - Question/Answer Now Playing


How does the need in story to create absolute, irreversible change in the protagonist's life work for series and serial characters?

Oct 11, 2010

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henrymann: Exhaustion
at Oct 11, 2010 - 3:24 PM
The theme of The Sopranos is that our culture is at a dead end. That theme was adequately presented in the first few minutes of the first episode. There was nothing left to say. The fact that the show went on for so long and drew such high praise and ratings is only more evidence that our culture is at a dead end.

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