Cool cool =) Just checking. And as you'll see, the story I mentioned in my previous post (about a lesbian couple) is one of the ones I sent you.
These are screenplays correct?
And didn't you say they are written up until the exciting part or something like that? Sorry I can't remember.
They're basically Act I. Act I ends with the inciting incident, at which point you should want more story. Act I is considerably shorter than Act II, which is the bulk of the story, but longer than Act III, which is the falling action/denouement.
Okay that makes sense. Thanks for letting me read them.
Now back to movies.
Dead Sea is a zombie apocalypse story. The main character is gay but it only really gets discussed for a second when one of the children he is saving uses a gay slur and he explains that it's not nice.
In Saga the two main characters are a couple. He is white and she is black, they never bring attention to it (or at least haven't yet, it is a comic so it's ongoing).
Edit: I just remembered that the guy from Dead Sea is also black. And that didn't come up in the story aside from when he is first described.
Also, Firefly and Serenity - Wash (white man) and Zoe (Latina, specifically Cuban) are both married and if I recall correctly nothing is ever mentioned about their ethnicities. I only saw the first season of Heroes, but was anything mentioned about the ethnicities of Nikki (white woman) and D.L. (African-American man)?
Another example, in a way, is Jurassic Park 2. Malcolm's daughter is black so presumably her mother is as well, although she's not shown in the film.
And while it's not mentioned in the film, it is an obsession with some viewers. If you head on over to the films IMDB page, on its message boards, there's threads that boil down to people not being able to get over it.
It's been awhile since I did a series rewatch of it but I don't think so. They were really only in the first season. They had a few scenes in the second season and that was it.Quote:
I only saw the first season of Heroes, but was anything mentioned about the ethnicities of Nikki (white woman) and D.L. (African-American man)?