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'There Are Two Kinds of People in This World' Supercut


Explore the duality of man and the triteness of screenwriting with the "There Are Two Kinds of People" supercut, a collection of various movie figures outlining their distinct visions of opposing viewpoints that will forever place humankind in civil strife. If Uma Thurman says there are only Elvis people and Beatles people, and Sam Neill says there are only those who want to be astronomers and those who want to be astronauts, how do we marry these ideas into a unified, clichéd theory of there being two kinds of people in this world? That's a question I'd like you to be able to answer by the end of this workbook chapter.


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