Shaun of the Dead — Why Comedy Needs Character
by Lessons from the Screenplay
When watching an Edgar Wright movie, we can expect no shortage of style. But what makes his films so memorable is his equal attention to character. Join Michael for a look at Shaun of the Dead, in order to better understand how to make story elements grow from the main character.
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