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My male protagonist caused the death of his best friend accidentally, and now is in a relationship with his widow. How can I be sure the audience will not disapprove? - Question/Answer Now Playing


My male protagonist caused the death of his best friend accidentally, and now is in a relationship with his widow. How can I be sure the audience will not disapprove?

Feb 04, 2011

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My male protagonist caused the death of his best friend accidentally, and now is in a relationship with his widow. How can I be sure the audience will not disapprove? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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Bass wrote
at Feb 04, 2011 - 12:57 PM
That's very good. You mention this technique when you screen THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY and I'd forgotten about that.
Violet wrote
at Feb 04, 2011 - 9:38 AM
Now curiously enough.  I watched "The Big House" 1930 late last night on TCM. When this movie was made originally the Protagonist ran off with the wife of his prison rival.  It was taken out to the audience in America and got a bad reception.  So the director sent the screenplay back to the writer and asked her to change it.  She then had wife be his sister instead of wife and film was released.  This time it got a Great reception and I believe won Awards (Oscar) This information was given at end of movie by Presenter (can never remember his name)

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