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Apr 05, 2010

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Banjoray: Suspense
at Feb 21, 2012 - 1:36 PM
The audience knowing what is coming next is what creates suspense. The only way to create suspense is if the audience knows or even senses what is coming next, that in essence is suspense. Then if the spectator sees what's coming next but DOUBT enters the equation then real hair raising suspense is created.

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