Monday, 8 August 2016
On 8.8.16 by KieronMoore in Creative Screenwriting, The Big Lebowski, The Big Sleep, The Nice Guys No comments
I've contributed another article to Creative Screenwriting, this time looking at Shane Black's The Nice Guys - a recent comedy noir which I loved - and comparing the tricks of its plotting to its noir antecedents, namely The Big Lebowski and The Big Sleep, bringing some of the wisdom of Alan Moore and Raymond Chandler into the mix.
Go read it!
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