Edgar Wright: How to Make a Protagonist
by Karsten Runquist
In this video essay, Karsten Runquist takes a closer look at how Edgar Wright crafts such memorable protagonists. By writing main characters at odds with their surroundings or misunderstood by those around them, audiences can’t help but relate.
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