I already know the film - about "narrative exhaustion"[11:09 sat,29.August 2009 by blip]
script) writers are increasingly hired, according to a Variety report, the video game industry to make the games more exciting and compelling content to. When searching for more background on this trend, it turned out that he is anything but new (Variety himself had in 2003 Rule) on the topic, but we encountered in the course of which to another text on which we wanted at this point. The director and screenwriter Paul Schrader poses to the fact although not new, but still interesting question is whether it is still possible to tell any of cinema history so that the viewer gets the feeling that you have seen this movie already. The modern consumer is, therefore, whether the film outright inflation narrative clips in all possible media simply oversaturated with stories, and the writers are running out of Plotvariationen. This, according to Schrader, was also the reason why several "counter-narrative entertainments" that move beyond the traditional narrative schemata, for some time are becoming increasingly popular, as there would be reality TV, video games or the good old documents .. Reviews of value, even if I could certainly find one or the other argument.
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