Alternate Ego As IC In "The Associate"?

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Alternate Ego As IC In "The Associate"?

Postby Geoff1975 » Dec 12, 2012 5:08 pm

"The Associate" with Whoopie Goldberg presents an interesting possibility. I'm watching it now for the first time since learning Dramatica. She plays a character who impersonates a fictional person, a man, in order to gain success. Her outlook seems to change, so maybe this alternate ego is an Impact Character.

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Re: Alternate Ego As IC In "The Associate"?

Postby Chris Huntley » Dec 19, 2012 4:19 pm

Absolutely. Two completely different characters (and character functions/characteristics) played by the same player (actor).
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