Character interaction and dialog sets the scene for ann intriguing tale of love, betrayal, fight, flight and destiny. (Sorry, no spoiler alerts here. If you haven’t seen it, you simply must find the time to do so.)
As writers, it’s important to let our characters reveal themselves through their actions and interactions with others. Steel Magnolias does an amazing job of letting us get to know the characters intimately and personally, as opposed to telling us about them, describing, explaining and justifying who they are and why they do what they do. Instead, we become observers in a story about a community’s real life, and we get to decide how to feel, based on what we’ve learned.
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