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Sherlock BBC

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Transcript of Sherlock BBC

Sherlock BBC One
The Crime Writer's Conference
2013
Notes
British School (Intuitionist & Realist)
American School (Hard-Boiled)
Mise-en-scène
Floating Text
The Investigation
The Detective
The Denouement
Why this genre is so popular
The Crime Writer's Conference 2013
Crime TV Conventions and Techniques
The TV Series
Sherlock BBC One
Crime TV conventions
Film techniques
Popularity of crime genre
Background
A Plot Summary
Four
Suicides
One
Detective
Characters
Sherlock Holmes
Arrogant, genius sleuth
Self-proclaimed sociopath
Possible low-spectrum autistic
"Byronic Hero"
Dr John Watson
Former army surgeon
"Nerves of steel"
"Strong moral principle"
Trust issues
Purpose
"Conan Doyle’s stories were never about frock coats and gas light; they’re about brilliant detection, dreadful villains and blood-curdling crimes – and frankly, to hell with the crinoline. Other detectives have cases, Sherlock Holmes has adventures, and that’s what matters."
- Steven Moffat
Amateur
Consulting detective
Bizarre quirks
Strange experiments
Forensic sciences
Sexually attractive
Fighting skills
Poor view of police
Substance abuse
Disregards society
Strained relationships
Composition of a frame
Messages
Objects
Characters
"Once you rule out the impossible whatever remains, however improbable, must be true."
- Sherlock Holmes
Deductive & Conjectural Reasoning
Confrontation between detective and perpetrator
Matters are resolved
Opportunity to serve justice
Close-ups & Over Shoulder Shots
Creates suspense
Reflects back-and-forth
Battle of wits
The Denouement
Characters
Intellectual
Challenge
Intrigue
&
Suspense
Compulsion
&
Thrill
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