The advisor pointed out, that if one starts a story with "I had a good experience with the police last week..." it is already clear, that the police didn't really make anything bad. If one instead of "good" uses the word "funny" or "interesting", the listener could not yet determine, where the narrator is going with the story. This conversation made me think about what a movie needs to be great and enjoyable.
Movies are stories: Using actors, motion pictures and sound, they are, nothing else than a story told by a director. As with friends talking over a beer, there are good story tellers and not so good ones. This article aims to come up with a list of ingredients that are necessary to make a great movie. Just like a chef, cooking a dinner, the quality of the meal depends on it's ingredients, but also on the way it is prepared and processed.
After reading this article it came to my mind that the single most important ingredient for a great movie is independence and artistic freedom.In addition, we assume that other essential ingredients could be:
Beside a dead man, two strangers wake up chained to pipes in a old and filthy bathroom. While none of them knows how and why they are here, they slowly start figuring out hints by their captor, a serial killer called jigsaw. As time passes, it becomes clear, that the men must provide terrible sacrifices to survive this game.
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