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Reflections of the Shadow: Creating Memorable Heroes and Villains for Film and TV

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Explores motivations behind cinematic heroism and villainy (Why do heroes and villains do what they do?) and the commonalities amongst heroes and villains who have stood the test of time using examples from contemporary films.

Paperback, 290 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Michael Wiese Productions (first published 2009)
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