MAKE A MOVIE
Click Here for a detailed guide to creating incredibly vivid “Movie Scenes”.
HOW TO WRITE IT:
-Ø childhood home
Bathroom or Backyard
Script 1: Zach Braff and Mike Wazowski (Monster’s Inc.), representing the eye prop, both have dehydrated eyes, but Zach is very selfish, apparently trying to keep it all for himSELF. Mike Wazowski is trying to get it, but Zach holds onto it SELFishly, occasionally dripping some drops into his eyes
Script 2: Zach Galifianakis keeps using a colossal eyedropper to pour drops into the disembodied eyeball hovering before him. As he keeps doing this, the eyeball seems to be getting more and more agitated, until it finally poofs into yet another Zach Galifianakis, causing him to be staring right at ONESELF.
PICK A PROP
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PICK A PROP TO REPRESENT自
When used in other characters, this will take on the meaning of “Nose.” This is because historically Chinese people would point to their nose to refer to Oneself, and so this allows us to specify the abstract “oneself” into a concrete and vivid image of a nose. Remember, be very clear about what your nose looks like, and of course, it should probably be much bigger than average.