Nick Nunziata, chud.com
Axel shares his beliefs on screenwriting.
It might be true that most moviegoers aren’t interested in a film’s theme before they go see a film, but you can be sure that after leaving the theater, you will find them discussing the meaning of the story in some way. The value of a film, its earning, is not the cast or the cinematography. It’s what the story has to say to the viewer, and the emotions it employs to make the audience experience it.