Date: 2016-07-24 10:38 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] marmota_b
I've read somewhere - I think it was in fact a Tumblr analysis of The Fury Road :D which quoted a film theory teacher or something - that a film's structure should be more like a short story than a novel. Which made a lot of sense. So, overall, yes. :-)
Novels translate better into TV miniseries, I think. Prime example: the super-popular Czech humourist novel(-length book) Saturnin. It was turned into a miniseries and a film at the same time (series cut down to a film). The film isn't bad and works well on its own (when I first saw it, I had no idea that was how it came to be), but the series retains the feel of the book a lot better.
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