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Published on Jan 15, 2016
Many film scripts are about groups of people - a family, a gang, a club, a collection of old friends, a platoon of soldiers, a crowd of prisoners, a small town community, performers putting on a show - and many more. They have multiple protagonists, not just a single hero, Hollywood style. These films can be excellent, but they are hard to construct and the Hollywood one-hero model doesn't explain them. How can you avoid characters in search of a plot? Linda Aronson explains in a Quick Bite video