Saturday, July 29, 2017

The Silence of the Lambs: full story breakdown


It's a miracle! I've finished my full story breakdown/analysis of The Silence of the Lambs. 

Thirty-seven pages (!!!) and I could've written more. I don't freaking care what genre you write in - this movie is MUST VIEWING for anyone who is serious about writing in any genre and any medium. It's a master class in so many things - just to name one - VISUAL and THEMATIC IMAGE SYSTEMS.

And you people who are just finishing a first draft through Camp Nanowrimo—or who have a first draft from Junowrimo - well, that's exactly the kind of rewrite thinking you should be indulging in. After a well-deserved break, of course.

I'll be sending the link to the analysis out this weekend. But it's only available for people subscribed to my free STORY STRUCTURE EXTRAS LIST.

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And enjoy your break!

Alex

5 comments:

Yves Fey said...

Gorgeous breakdown. I just reread it and watched it, but will have to go back and check some images I missed.

Yves Fey said...

I recently watched Pulp fiction again, and wondered if you'd tackled a breakdown of something non-linear like that?

Alexandra Sokoloff said...

There's always something new with this one!! Can't see it too many times.

Alexandra Sokoloff said...

I don't do Tarentino because I can't stand him or his movies. Is there some other film you can give me as an example of what you're looking for?

Aldi Kleinlagel said...

I was waiting a long time for the rest of the Silence of the Lambs breakdown. Such a great analysis. I would happily read any more breakdowns you write... any hints at what you're planning next?