Writing the Comedy Blockbuster: The Inappropriate Goal

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Wednesday, February 18, How to describe minor characters. Chris writes: Should I assign names to the minor characters in my feature? I don't want readers to get "character overload". There's no hard and fast rule about this, but when characters are named "WOMAN 1" or "COP 1," it signals to me that I don't really have to pay attention to these people because if they were important, they'd have names.

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His love of film comedy began at an early age. The screwball era continued past the s but it was at its absolute peak when It Happened One Night won the grand slam at the Academy Awards in by taking home. Not great. Seems simple. Pillow Talk is a movie about party lines.

I would try to avoid writing a ton of unnamed characters in your script, because readers will gloss over them and because we'd rather spend time learning more about the main characters we do care about. Sometimes a story requires a lot of characters and you can't avoid these people, but take a step back and reassess if you introduce thirty different people by page 10 yes, I've seen this.

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