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Rory Freeman wrote:Could anyone direct me to the best place to learn the ins and outs of Edgic?
Is Edgic the most widely used form of analysis when it comes to interpreting the edit?
Perhaps there could be a system for determining whether someone's edit is highly manipulated in order to conform to the games historical stereotyping,such as Sierra, who was heavily criticised by her fellow competitors yet her edit didn't include any sweeping denouncements of her general conduct.Tyson trashes her regularly but more in jest than anything else.Anyone else have other suggestions?
Thanks for the read RedCoffee.
Pulau Tiga wrote:It's impossible to tell without more data, of
course, but I suspect there's an intimate relationship amongst all the
winners between their complexity and character development. The more of a
character you are, the more complex you need to be when portrayed as
such. Minor characters like Natalie or Bob are not going to have a ton
of complexity because they're also not going to have a ton of
development. They have a role to play, and their complexity is allocated
accordingly. So you might be onto something here.
One thing maybe worth noting is that I think you've made a mistake in not assigning positivity to all
of the Australia players in the relevant episodes. It might not be a
huge deal because it applies universally and thus doesn't really lend
itself to a particular winner story, but a major theme in Australia was
the positive tone of the game's final group of characters. The editors
made sure to allow us to sympathize with all six of the Final 6. Part of
it may have been circumstantial, but our villain was gone by that
point, and it really appears to me that the editors aimed for positivity
in all of the last several episodes. There was a conscious effort to
make use feel good about the season. Even with Colby losing (and I do
believe Keith's negativity was crafted primarily to emphasize the
gravity of Colby's F3 mistake) and our winner being so low-key so as to
avoid the predictability of another Rich-esque winner edit, the audience
was meant to appreciate the way things turned out. Making everyone
positive and sympathetic during things like the flood was one of the
ways they did that.
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