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Review Questions 1. In Freytag's pyramid, what is rising action ? Rising action is the first two stages of the plot, the exposition and complication. At this point in the film, the plot is beginning to develop momentum. The audience is beginning to become more anticipated about what I might occur. 2. In the classic Hollywood structure, who is the hero and what does the hero do? The main character is often seen as the hero in the classic Hollywood structure, although they might not perform any actual heroic actions. Usually the hero is working towards a goal in a film. The goal is what influences the hero’s actions, basically
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the plot. The hero might have two goals: an emotional one and a material one. 3. In the classic Hollywood structure, who is the antagonist and what does the antagonist do? The antagonist is the hero’s opponent. The antagonist is the character that is working to stymie the hero, they are actively working against them. 4. What are some of the aspects that might make a theatre production controversial? Some aspects that might make a production controversial are a production's subject, theme, language, intended audience, race and/or sex of actors or characters. Together all these aspects can cause controversy.
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5. Only some directors or producers write their own screenplays. How do other directors or producers obtain screenplays?
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  • Fall '19
  • Narratology, Hazel, GUS

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