How the Zombie Comedy ‘Shaun of the Dead’ Builds a Contextual World Around the Protagonist of the Story

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Filmmaker Michael Tucker of Lessons from the Screenplay very astutely research the Simon Pegg/Edgar Wright refined zombie comedy movie Shaun of the Dead, in particular declaring how the complete tale and all of the characters are constructed round the context of the underachieving everyman Shaun.

Edgar Wright movies are all the time complete of flashy, amusing taste, however what makes them so memorable is their equivalent focal point on substance. This video seems to be at how the entirety in Shaun of the Dead—from supporting characters to the upward thrust of zombies—is designed to reinforce personality.

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