Journal of Screenwriting, Volume 3, Issue 2, pages 215-232 (2012): 'Development of a fundamental '19-Sequence Model- of screenplay and narrative film structure'.(hide)
An excellent script of escalating tension and emotion during personal deterioration and self-destructive behavior.
This is an excellent Sequence structure for a pursuit-investigation plot where the protagonist persuades a woman to help him.
Thunderball is an ideal screenplay to follow a main character conducting an investigation.
Two parallel stories rich in literal and symbolic meaning.
An excellent example of pursuit where the protagonist (Bond) and antagonist (Carver) cross paths from Act II onwards. The antagonist also has a surrogate fighter (Stamper) for Bond to continuously battle.(hide)
This is the Sequence-Scene structure of the 1998 restored version derived from Welles's 1958 memo.
A remarkably good biography of an addict who manages to come through the experience alive. Excellent example of how to use additional characters to magnify the personality and challenges of the protagonist.(hide)
The script utilizes both the death of Jo's father from a tornado, and the estrangement of Jo and Bill as emotional backdrops to their scientific pursuit of tornadoes.(hide)