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CASABLANCA EXAMPLE
Dramatica looks at story
 
   These four throughlines are common in all complete stories. It is extremely important that you take the time to think about your story’s four throughlines.
1. EVERY STORY HAS 4 VIEWPOINTS
 
Viewpoint: Main Character (Rick) + Conflict: Fixed Attitude = Main Character Throughline (Rick)
   To create a complete story in Dramatica, you'll need to tell your story from four distinct viewpoints:
 
Rick has a fixed attitude toward life in general, and women in particular. He is content to hide out in Casablanca, avoiding commitment to anything -- particularly another woman who might hurt him the way Ilsa did.
1) The Main Character viewpoint shows the story through the eyes of the main character only.
 
2) TheViewpoint: Impact Character viewpoint(Ilsa) shows+ theConflict: storyA throughSituation the= eyes of the character who is attempting to change the MainImpact Character's basicThroughline nature.(Ilsa)
 
Ilsa’s predicament is that she’s committed to Laszlo, but in love with Rick. Rick has the only means to get Laszlo safely out of Casablanca, but he's not in a giving, or forgiving, mood.
3) The Overall Story viewpoint shows all the characters and events in the story from a dispassionate bird’s- eye view.
 
Viewpoint: Overall Story (All Characters) + Conflict: An Activity = Overall Story (All Characters)
4) The MC / IC viewpoint focuses on the relationship and passionate conflict between the Main and Impact characters.
 
Casablanca is a seething hotbed of activity: Rick tries to peacefully run his nightclub; Renault chases petty crooks and beautiful women; refugees trade their valuables to buy exit visas and obtain letters of transit; Laszlo and Ilsa look for safe passage to America; Strasser works to prevent Laszlo from leaving town; Ugarte thieves and schemes; Ferrari trades on the black market; etc.
 
Viewpoint: Main vs. Impact (Ilsa vs. Rick) + Conflict: Manipulation = Main vs. Impact Story (Ilsa vs. Rick)
2. EVERY STORY CONTAINS FOUR AREAS OF CONFLICT
 
Rick, wounded by lisa’s betrayal, protects himself from being hurt again by hiding his emotions. By baring her own heart to him and trusting him with her future, Ilsa shows Rick that the gain is worth the pain, and he changes to a loving, giving person again.
   Furthermore, to create a complete story in Dramatica, you’ll need to describe four areas of Conflict.
 
1) Conflict in an Activity or Endeavor involves characters in an ongoing, changing enterprise—such as the search for the Holy Grail.
 
CASABLANCA’S 4 THROUGHLINES
2) Conflict in a Situation has characters dealing with a fixed state of affairs—such as being blind or stranded on a deserted island.
 
1. Situation / IMPACT / Character Throughline
3) Conflict with a Fixed Attitude involves characters affected by bias or prejudice in their outlook toward something—such as expressing blanket statements about race, creed, sex, etc.
 
Ilsa's predicament is that she’s committed to laszlo hut in love with Rick. Rick has the only means to get Laszlo safely out of Casablanca, but he’s not in a giving, or forgiving, mood.
4) Conflict involving Manipulation draws characters into an evolving or changing attitude, whether caused by deliberation or manipulation—such as a faculty brainwashing its students.
 
2. Activity / OVERALL / Overall Throughline
 
Casablanca is a seething hotbed of activity- Rick tries to peacefully run his nightclub; Renault chases petty crooks and beautiful women; refugees trade their valuables to buy exit visas and obtain letters of transit; Laszlo and Ilsa look for safe passage to America; Strasser works to prevent Laszlo from leaving town; Ugarte thieves and schemes; Ferrari trades on the black market; etc.
3. MATCH VIEWPOINTS TO AREAS OF CONFLICT
 
3. Manipulation / MAIN VS. IMPACT / Main vs. Impact Throughline
   Matching a Viewpoint with an area of Conflict creates a Throughline. Illustrating each area of Conflict from their respective viewpoints ensures a complete and consistent story without plot holes.
 
Rick, wounded by Ilsa’s betrayal, protects himself from being hurt again by hiding his emotions. By baring her own heart to him and trusting him with her future, Ilsa shows Rick that the gain is worth the pain, and he changes to a loving, giving person again.
VIEWPOINT + AREA OF CONFLICT = THROUGHLINE
 
4. Fixed Attitude / MAIN / Character Throughline
   In the film Casablanca, the Overall Story viewpoint coupled with Activity creates the Overall Story Throughline—all the characters are involved in escaping from Casablanca. The Main vs. Impact viewpoint, coupled with a Manipuation as the area of conflict, creates the Main vs.Impact Story Throughline—In order to change Rick into a caring, loving man again, Ilsa emotionally manipulates him (even though it dooms their romance.)
 
Rick has a fixed attitude toward life in general, and women in particular. He is content to hide out in Casablanca, avoiding commitment to any-thing -- particularly another woman who might hurt him the way Ilsa did.
   The diagram below shows how the 4 Viewpoints and 4 areas of Conflict are matched up in Casablanca. Use the chart on the back to review your story.
 
   Certain relationships exist among Viewpoints, and also among areas of Conflict. These relationships are called Dynamic Pairs. Review the diagram below. Notice that Viewpoints and areas of Conflict have specific relationships to one another.
 
VIEWPOINT RELATIONSHIPS
 
Overall Story is always diagonally opposite Main vs. Impact.
 
Main Character is always diagonally opposite Impact Character.
 
VIEWPOINT RELATIONSHIPS
 
Situation type is always diagonally opposite Fixed Attitude.
 
Activity is always diagonally opposite Manipulation.
 
   To ensure dramatically interesting stories, Dramatica automatically determines the dynamic pair of any Viewpoint or Plot type that you assign.