Bad Hombres, Good Homages And 2 Effective Character Intros

In this video, we look at what constitutes a film homage, and what I consider to be the criteria for a good one.

As an example, we look at a sequence from FRANCES HA, where Noah Baumbach quoted director Leos Carax from his film MAUVAIS SANG.

YouTube Video Preview: Bad Hombres And Good Homages + 2 Character Introductions

In this video, we look at what constitutes a film homage, and what I consider to be the criteria for a good one. As an example, we look at a sequence from FRANCES HA, where Noah Baumbach quoted director Leos Carax from his film MAUVAIS SANG.After my trip to Sweden, I watched the full-length versions of the 3 original feature films in the Millenium Trilogy, based on the books by Stieg Larssen. We look at the introduction of main character Lisbeth Salander, and how Steven Zaillian – wrote the adaptation – removed some of the tension.Finally, I show a clip from RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2, and the original sequence in Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid that was quoted in the game.Enjoy!

Posted by Karel Segers on Saturday, November 24, 2018

After my trip to Sweden, I watched the full-length versions of the 3 original feature films in the Millenium Trilogy, based on the books by Stieg Larssen. 

We look at the introduction of main character Lisbeth Salander, and how Steven Zaillian – wrote the adaptation – removed some of the tension.

Finally, I show a clip from RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2, and the original sequence in Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid that was quoted in the game.

Enjoy!

This is a Facebook preview of a video that will soon be posted to my YouTube channel, to which I would love you to subscribe!

About the Author

Karel Segers

Karel Segers wrote his first produced screenplay at age 17. Today he is a story analyst with experience in international movie rights acquisition, script development and production. He has trained and consulted to filmmakers all over the world, including award-winning screenwriters, and Academy Award nominees. Karel founded this website, as well as Logline.it, ranks among the most influential people for screenwriting on social media. He speaks more than a handful of European languages, which he is still trying to find a use for in his present hometown of Sydney, Australia.

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