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In a story with a prologue, does the timing for the inciting incident of the main story generally get pushed back to a later-than-usual place so that the main story can develop in a normal way? - Question/Answer Now Playing


In a story with a prologue, does the timing for the inciting incident of the main story generally get pushed back to a later-than-usual place so that the main story can develop in a normal way?

Nov 01, 2010

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In a story with a prologue, does the timing for the inciting incident of the main story generally get pushed back to a later-than-usual place so that the main story can develop in a normal way? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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JimM wrote
at Nov 01, 2010 - 7:40 AM
Is the inciting incident of Kill Bill the wedding rehearsal massacre or Uma's realization that she is pregnant?

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