The Drama of Things
In the movie, The Shape of Things (2003), the director used an over dramatic approach to display the dialogue, directorial style and the development of the characters. Neil LaBute, who wrote and directed the play, was incredibly apprehensive about the way the audience would absorb the information. The movie was not concerned at all with who it did and did not offend; it was more focused on portraying the basic theme across of, "Change if you love me". In the end, the movie had people asking whether it was all for the better.
From the first scene, where a hip graduate art student (Evelyn)…
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