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Character Development Exercise          

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Award-winning screenplays have life-like characters. This means your script should have a hero and villain that seem like real people.

Scriptologist.com's step-by-step character development exercise will show you how to create the believable characters that Hollywood loves.

In this exercise, you will learn:

  • How to give your screenplay a hero who will make your story seem as if it were a real-life event.
     
  • How to give your screenplay a villain who makes your story
    suspenseful and compelling.
     
  • How to use your screenplay's characters to create a main conflict that moves your story toward an earth-shattering climax.

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The full exercise is only $5 and you will get instant access to it as a downloadable Adobe PDF file.

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