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When a character’s actions lead to an unexpected reaction, a gap opens that the audience can understand with the help of information they have already received. Can it be interesting to create the gap, but not reveal the setup until afterward? - Question/Answer Now Playing


When a character’s actions lead to an unexpected reaction, a gap opens that the audience can understand with the help of information they have already received. Can it be interesting to create the gap, but not reveal the setup until afterward?

Aug 29, 2011

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When a character’s actions lead to an unexpected reaction, a gap opens that the audience can understand with the help of information they have already received. Can it be interesting to create the gap, but not reveal the setup until afterward? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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