Narrative (Part I)

Images and Sound

More than dialogue, a movie is about images created from sound and pictures. The narrative is how a writer describes what the reader would be seeing and hearing were they watching the filmed movie of a screenplay.

Like everything else in a script, narrative needs to show the reader, not tell the reader. It should convey to the reader what they are seeing and should strive to create…

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