As successful series, such as Squid Game, they structure their stories and their characters to “hook” the viewer through the dramatic arcs.
How Bacurau's characters act with their passions and cunning, and how Brazilian culture and folklore become weapons to overcome the power of the first world gringos.
Greimasian semiotics shows how the characters are structured in Kleber Mendonça Filho's scripts, especially in Neighbouring Sounds.
New narrative theory explains how the hero's true journey works, demonstrated in the characters Arya Stark and Jon Snow, from Game of Thrones, and in Joker.
New theory explains the plot points in the Joker and Parasite scripts.
Analysis of the scripts for the pilot episodes of Big Little Lies, Chernobyl and Game of Thrones.
Analysis of the Joker script shows that semiotics offers an instrument to build the character's dramatic arc.
Emotional narrative theory shows that the invisible structure of the Parasite script is the secret to its success.
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