|ArchiveSartorial Storytelling: Character at a Glance
By suzymaePulp Fiction by Rembrush
Masterful storytelling is about suspending disbelief.
One would think
the most important element of a story being told is the events being depicted. Belief in these events, however, is a prerequisite to appreciation. Picture this: watching Anna Karenina in the theater, you’re riveted to the epic tale of doomed lovers. Your friend, a history professor with a fetish for details, laughs at random moments. After the movie, he pontificates at length on how unbelievable the movie