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The characters cease to be real and, at best, the whole script turns into a badly written soap opera. So sometimes I let my characters get away with saying nothing.
This can be hugely effective, particularly in scenes where the characters are trapped together for some artificially created reason. This is how I denote silence in my scripts. This is difference from other silence that occurs naturally. This is me as a writer deciding that there should be silence with a purpose. Not just an absence of sound.
Most of the time I know. My job is to provide the words.
I wanted the scene to be a battle between the two of them. Like a game of mental chess which neither is prepared to lose.
In order to keep the dialogue off the nose I felt it was vital to use silence. If your favorite song with nothing in the title isn't listed, feel free to add it to the list so others can also vote it up.
Like one of those overworked people in the corner of a courtroom desperately whacking the type writer— or a harassed intern in the corner of the office desperately trying to keep minutes. Is it pretentious and wanky of me to say that my characters make their own choices on what they say? In the end, the best answer is that they arise from our existence within a multiverse, where all the universes have their own laws — ours being just so for no particular reason. We had a morsel in common they lief text, I loved writing; I was an amateur filmmaker, they were building a YouTube passage, etc. We've combined the most accurate English to Spanish translations, dictionary, verb conjugations, and Spanish to English translators into one very powerful search box. Send us your feedback. Plugin W.
Songs with nothing in the lyrics are fair game too. Nothing Is Real but the Girl Blondie. Nothing at All - Heart.
Nothing Else Matters Metallica. Nothing Really Matters Madonna.
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