Pulp Fiction

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Pulp Fiction

Postby stephenbuck415 » Sep 08, 2011 11:29 pm

Has Pulp Fiction been made into a Dramatica file as it has been with Outline 4?
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Re: Pulp Fiction

Postby Chris Huntley » Sep 09, 2011 9:28 am

No. Pulp Fiction has too many parts missing to come up with a complete storyform.

HOWEVER, there are a couple of different ways to interpret Pulp Fiction:

    1. It is several different stories woven together into a single work, e.g. Vincent and Mia, Vincent and Jules, Pumpkin and Honey Bunny, and The Ring (Butch, Wallace, et al). Each of these stories are intermixed with one another, sometimes out of plot order.

    2. It is one story with interchangeable players, told in plot order -- even though the Vincent player is "killed" but shows up later alive. In this version, the players play different Dramatica characters, even though they do not change their appearance.

I am inclined to see it as #2 because the overall work has the "feel" that there is a storyform in there somewhere, even though there seem to be large pieces missing.

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