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Versatility in Narrative Variables.

When Beginning Sequence creates a Middle Sequence
And from this Middle Sequence an Ending Sequence is created.

How does one film in Narrative Film create:

Create a paradox when all sequences follow?

Answer:

There must be versatility in the Narrative Variable.

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Beginning: Say I’m outside a room with revolving doors. As a Variable Person One walks up from the left, and in through one of the revolving doors, subsequently Variable Person Three walks out the other revolving door and exits to the right. They are both the same and not the same Person.

Middle: From these revolving doors is a circular room from which Variable Person One and Variable Person Two, who is some distance ahead, hug the walls and walk clockwise back toward the revolving door. They to are both the same and not the same Person. As Variable Two Person exits room, Variable Four Person enters. Between Variable Persons One, Two, and Four, they are all the same and not the same person. Variable Four Person hugs the walls and walks clockwise with Variable Person One back toward the revolving door.

End: As Variable Person One reaches revolving door, Variable Person Five enters circular room and begins to hug the walls and walk clockwise back toward the revolving door. Variable Person One once outside exits to his left.

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