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Point of View POV has two meanings for the writer: –You may take the liberty of writing a character’s POV in your script –The second meaning refers to the Point of View that a scene is told from, and ultimately the entire story. POV Within a Scene the physical angle we take in order to describe the behavior of our characters interaction with one another and the environment We can describe the scene from any angle. –Each choice of POV can affect how the viewer understands and relates to the scene. Dark Passage Setting up the Shift How the build is created. –The prison is established and we follow the truck. This is an omniscient point of view that will narrow down to our protagonist. –The protagonist is established in the barrel and as it rolls we get a brief glimpse of his POV. –We don’t see his face, but follow him into the tunnel.
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Unformatted text preview: When he emerges we see from the protagonist’s POV. The First Person Problem •Most audiences would find this too uncomfortable to watch for any length of time. director Delmer Daves strengths and limitations of this style •First Person video games now use this method successfully. POV Within the Story ● the more time spent with a character, the more opportunity to witness his choices ● result is more empathy and emotional involvement between audience and character ● different genres come with different Story POV expectations ● Romantic Comedies, Action, Thrillers and Westerns ○ usually have some scenes with the Antagonist ■ Whenever you depart from the Protagonist it should not be for convenience but because the story demands it...
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