From Script to Screen: Initial Script Idea - Diva Disaster

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  1. I think you could go into the meat of your story more quickly and efficiently if you got rid of the exterior-establishing shots. Normally, elements such as the audience's heads, the spotlight, the striped interior of the tent etc. will be enough for the viewer to picture a circus setting. Same for the ending, the beds, plasters and pastel walls can give us all informations needed without explicitly showing us a hospital. To close the shot however, you could have the passing silhouette of a member of staff (exasperated) drawing a cubicle curtain over the divas - the show is over :)

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  2. *To close the shot however, you could have the passing silhouette of a member of staff (exasperated) drawing a cubicle curtain over the divas - the show is over :)* This is a lovely idea! :)

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