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We burn through Tony Scott’s “Man on Fire” and discuss:
- writing, how writing drama for film can differ from TV;
- And many of the things.
“There came this point where I sat down with all my notebooks and I had to start to write, when I thought: this whole notion of writing for the person who understands nothing, the average reader… He has to die! I can’t have him in my head. And so the person I started writing for was the homicide detective.“ – David Simon
Notes & References:
[Reddit] What’s it like to be shot?
[Reddit] People who have been shot, what are some things that movies don’t portray correctly?