Do The Two Leads Of A Romantic Comedy Have To Hate Each Other? by Author Pamela Jaye Smith

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Film Courage:  At the beginning of a romantic comedy is it best that the two leads hate each other or intensely dislike each other?  Does that make the viewer…you know…if it’s too easy going…I mean that’s boring in some sense.  Why are we intrigued by…whether it’s two co-workers or the college friend who always made fun of you…why are we intrigued by this scenario in a romantic comedy?

Pamela Jaye Smith:  I think it goes back again to your previous question about opposites attracting and you are not going to get any sparks if you agree all the time.  This is just not going to be interesting.  Give me somebody who challenges me.  Also, I have this thing I call Cheetah Love and little baby Cheetahs when they are learning how to hunt…(Watch the video interview here on Youtube).

 

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These Films Can Save Your Love Life!

 

Check out Pamela’s book The Power of the Dark Side: Creating Great Villains, Dangerous Situations, & Dramatic Conflict

 

 

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