Exposition is the information that grounds you in a story: who, what, where, when, and why" is about "giving away what the audience needs, when the audience needs it.
“No film set on a train ever failed”
storytelling to move forward you want the audience to be curious about the information you’re giving them.your goal is to create a film that’s driven by a story, one that will motivate even general viewers to want to know more of those details that thrill you.
the general underlying subject of a specific story, a recurring idea that often illuminates an aspect of the human condition.
The arc refers to the way or ways in which the events of the story transform your characters
B. That's some kind of a journey.
B. Where in
Bthey have some kind of transformation so that our character at
Aand our character at
Care different, then you got a story ARC. The difference could as small as change of mind of some view of the world and as big as a character transformation where they could almost be distinct as two different people.
A character-driven film is one in which the action of the film emerges from the wants and needs of the characters.In a plot-driven film, the characters are secondary to the events that make up the plot.