Handling your themes: Many themes to one end

Some times while writing your screenplay, you find out that there are some other themes that are needed to drive the proposed theme to its end. Sometimes you find out that you really have to explore those themes so as to get the proposed one executed.
In such a situation all you have to do is to:

(1) Get those various themes

(2) Explore them a bit

(3) Highlight the points through which they link with the proposed theme

(4) Explore the points a bit

(5) Explore the proposed theme a bit

(6) Align the points into the proposed theme

(7) Explore both the points and the proposed theme

(8) Now, concentrate on the proposed theme

(9) Finally, create an end that will tie back to all of the themes.

Many notable movies used this method to achieve success. Their writers condensed the various themes they had into one, and then fusing them with the main theme.

Examining these other various themes, we may find out they came into existence as a result of some of the characters' internal conflicts. *anyway we shall talk about that later; in some other posts.*


Written by: Winston 'Winny Greazy' Oge 

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