Date: 2012-03-07 05:21 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] ambyr
I'm fond of the non-bullshit reversal--the one where the hero says no, and means no, and a significant part of the story is about either him growing as a person until he's ready to say yes (say, A Conspiracy of Kings) or him cleaning up the mess caused by him saying no in the first place (say, the Long Price quartet). But these are storylines that work better as books than movies, and definitely make poor TV episodes. They take a slower pace and more time to let everything play out.
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