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A movie where each line of dialogue is in the form of a question

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Nov 27, 2021
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A movie consisting entirely of questions. The only words that appear in it are in the form of questions.
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  • Would you be interested in seeing it?
  • Is such a movie likely to have good word-of-mouth marketing potential?
  • Would making such a movie present an interesting challenge to a screenwriter/director?
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There is only one rule the screenwriter has to follow: no words can appear or be spoken in the movie unless they are in the form of a question.
Can it be pulled off so that the viewers hardly notice it?
That's it. Now do your magic:)
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J. Nikola
J. Nikola7 months ago
I must agree with Oguntola Tobi. The movie would be very difficult to produce, but could easily go boring. Of course, if done cleverly, it could be entertaining, so I suggest using the following tools:
  • interactive - questions refer to the viewers and everybody finds their answer (or a glimpse of it)
  • yoda questions - questions themselves are said in a funny way
  • memes - questions could be made to look like memes, similar to this
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic7 months ago
We can't judge the movie before artists have had the chance to create it.
The constraints (only questions allowed) are a challenge for the artist. It's up to them to make a masterpiece around it. The challenge ends up being a magnet for viewers (curiosity, word-of-mouth marketing).
I've seen good movies that have interesting constraints:
  • most of it happens in a phone booth
  • most of it happens in a coffin
Both of these could have been done poorly. The constraints don't leave much room for action. They make it challenging for the screenwriter/producer but also interesting/memorable from the marketing perspective.
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J. Nikola
J. Nikola7 months ago
Darko Savic Okay, you convinced me to support it. The linked trailers look really cool.
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Dragan Otasevic
Dragan Otasevic7 months ago
The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge.” - Thomas Berger
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Oguntola Tobi
Oguntola Tobi7 months ago
I feel like a movie like this will be interesting only to those involved in its making, in terms of overcoming a challenge. To the public, my opinion is that such a movie will get very boring fast. Even if the first couple of movies using this format succeed in exciting audiences, I don't see how it is sustainable.
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