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I have a few other approaches to add. Movies frequently include what's called a "reflection character". This is a person in the movie that just tells the main character (or the main character of a certain scene) what the main character is thinking. Or points out something the main character is avoiding. Or acts as a sounding board for the main character ...


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Two quick examples, one of which is probably still fresh in the minds of SoA fans; In last night's episode of Sons of Anarchy, Gemma had a conversation with herself, somewhat like a soliloquoy, in the car on the way home from Abel's daycare. Although, it sort of felt like she was maybe talking to her father's spirit, because she mentioned a few things ...


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One movie that immediately sprang to my mind when reading the question was David Lynch's 1984 adaptation of Dune. It employs a very direct and obvious way of sharing a character's momentary thoughts, just having them spoken in from the off in the respective situations. However, I would still regard that as significantly different from the narrator-based ...



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