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Drama as a Genre : Codes and Conventions
Transcript of Drama as a Genre : Codes and Conventions
- They are serious representations of real life and/or stories and do not include fantasy in the plot.
- Hence the name "drama" they show emotions and events at their true height, and perhaps dramatize them. They show emotions at their best and worst.
- Social Dramas
- Religious Drama
-Literature Drama The Plot - Realism
- Heightened emotions
- A protagonist that's easy to relate to
- Some form of journey
- Plot's with a twist or a complex plot
- Emotional peaks and and troth Protagonist - Going through some kind of emotional journey
- Particularity unstable/vulnerable
- Having to face a hard decision
- Easy to sympathize/empathize with
- Has a lot in common with the target audience/ easy to relate to. Other typical traits of Drama
- Challenging the ignorance of stereotypes
- Connecting on a complex and personal level
- Having therapeutic qualities by showing how the protagonist has overcome difficulties. Classic Drama films - Fight Club
- American Beauty
- One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
- Trainspotting By Hattie Upton-Dance