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Discover the secrets of writing the thriller film in this book which will have your audiences on the edge of their seats.
Audience: Both new and experienced producers, screenwriters and filmmakers as well as university film students.
|1||Who Makes This Stuff Up?||1|
|2||The Expectations of Genre||5|
|3||The Cosmos of Credibility||25|
|8||The Family Plot||123|
|9||The Quintessential Thriller||135|
|About Neill D. Hicks||151|
Posted October 12, 2005
Like all good scripts, Neill D. Hicks¿s ¿Writing the Thriller Film¿ cuts to the chase immediately and lays down the principles of the screen thriller. But his advice goes further. It applies equally to stage, radio, and novel. My question is: Why are these principles so often ignored? In a world increasingly like a thriller (person alone against the general insanity, fighting the terror within), we should demand more of our writers-the bearers of the flame. We need a fund that can supply a copy of this book to everyone who wants to be or is trying to be a ¿writer.¿Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.