It may come as a surprise to audiences when a film deviates from the conventional narrative structure. It’s common to follow a protagonist in a film, even if they may be an antihero, and audiences expect to like or root for the main character. However, a different form of storytelling can often resonate with the audience and leave a substantial impact. Point of view is perhaps one of the basic elements of story structure that gets introduced in any narrative.
Films that focus on the villain explore human psychology and question good and evil, along with how much empathy an audience can have.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed