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Display titleThree-Act Structure
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Page creatorm>Import Bot
Date of page creation21:27, 1 November 2013
Latest editorRobkelk (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit20:00, 20 August 2019
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The Three-Act Structure is a typical and frequently-used narrative structuring template. Most of the mainstream movies released by Hollywood conform to this template, but it can be found in other story-telling forms as well. The idea is that the story is structured so that all of the action falls into one of three acts, with regular plot-points (or reversals) used to bridge each act, and send the narrative into a different direction than it had previously been going.
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