Guillermo hace el pipi sobre la structura de tres actos
Iulie 16, 2010 § Lasă un comentariu
Direct de la sursa Guillermo Arriaga, ca tot il lecturez, vizionez si urmaresc cu pasiune si cu google translate pe twitter:
„I never outline the story, never. I once went to a seminar of one of these gurus of the screen and this person said you must know everything about your character. I thought, Fuck, there’s no way! I want to have dark parts of my characters’ history so they can surprise me. Also I cannot have an ending because when I don’t know the characters, they can show me the ending as I get to know them. That’s why I don’t like to do research of any kind. I like for the characters to grow up inside me.
There are two kinds of people. There are people who do not have any kind of internal way to order things inside themselves so they need structure: page 30, page 60 and so on. I don’t blame or criticize the professors or the writer who has a different kind of approach to structure. […] In 21 Grams it goes back and forth all the time, and I had a perfect understanding of where it was going. I never got lost and thought that I myself and other writers have a different internal process. It’s intuition.”