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In The Verdict, Galvin must give up his naive notion of justice and get his hands dirty to win his case. In Rookie of the Year, Henry must give up his major league career in order to have his life. First-Act Characteristics The Point of No Return Unlike picaresque, slice-of-life, or other, flatter forms of storytelling discussed in the next few chapters, restorative three-act stories seize a particular period of time and make it the single defining moment in the character’s life. The first-act curtain functions as a oneway gate.
If we are to write scripts that reflect this ambiguity, we have to go beyond the clear-cut order of the restorative three-act structure to suggest the sheer overabundance of detail, of stimuli in contemporary life. But the scriptwriter should be cautioned. When we talk about writing from the complexity of experience, we are not talking about transcribing reality. If you attempt to merely copy the disorder of direct experience, if you write with a million things competing for your attention—shaving, washing the dishes, tying shoes, coping with the death of a lover, feeding the cat—then all you’ll create is disorder.
Will Galvin take the case? Will Bud work for Gekko? However, the solutions are false; if they weren’t, the story would be over. The false solution splits the character’s intimate perspective of “It’s my life. I’ve got things under control” from the audience’s long-term perspective of “The movie’s not over yet. Don’t do that. ” The first-act curtain scene, while appearing to solve the crisis, opens up a whole new set of problems. The false solution can be an obvious wrong turn, such as Benjamin sleeping with Mrs.