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Different Point of View – Same Place

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Take a scene from any movie (that includes more than one character) and rewrite it from the perspective of a different character. Write about the emotions and thoughts the character is having without acknowledging what you know from the original scene. For example: You could write on the scene from Titanic using Jack's perspective while they were in the water and Rose was on the door. Be creative the possibilities for this are endless.

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The Sweeter Revenge

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Seconhand Lions: In the Mind of the Salesman

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*as he is driving up the long driveway*

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So foreword here to explain, this story is going to be for the assignment “Different Point Of View – Same Place”. Which says to write out a movie scene from a different character’s point of view. Well since we need to do have our characters intersect with other characters, I …


I completed the four star assignment Different Point of View- Same Place.

It directs us to take a scene from a movie and rewrite it from the point of view of another character.

A scene I wrote for a previous assignment was taken and rewritten from the perspective of …

Different Point Of View – Same Place

4 stars This scene shows Sara Sparkle and Rose King catching up with each other. They haven’t seen each other in 5 years.  Their emotions filled with joy when they were able to see each other and talk to one another after so long. They laughed and cried talking about …

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