That is what I call it anyway, what is it really? Its the plot, where you start with the exposition(setting/starting point)to rising action-climax("good" v.s. "bad" in final conflict)-falling action-resolution (the end) .Now this drives me nuts! You see this everywhere in movies,which are the most obvious, main character is set-main character starts winning conflict-main character starts losing conflict-main character wins in the end.This isn't just movies, they are in books, and tv shows!
So I have two questions,1)Is our imagination not as unlimited as we think and this is the only way to carry a story out? or 2)Is there a way to create a story without these strict concepts?
Try to give some thought into this and be reasonable and give me your ideas as this as frustrated me for years!
This is what I mean
2)RISING ACTION 4)FALLING ACTION
our imagination is unlimmited. its jjust that the audiences can only tolerate this setup and not a bad ending or etc. This just satisfies them.
So what is your idea?
You'd like to change this "formula"? Are you saying literature, film, etc., are too predictable? Do you write?