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We’ve spoken before about utilizing logic inherent to the story. Consider, for instance, the movie Borat. Sasha Baron Cohen’s character is undeniably strange: he breaks even the smallest of society’s social mores, causing a number of bizarre encounters. However, the audience forgives him these blunders (mostly because they make for great comedy), but also because the character of Borat has been created in a specific way…the audience understands (as much as they can), why he does what he does. The content of a story doesn’t have to answer to the logic of reality, it just has to answer to its own set of inherent guidelines.

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