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What is a “Sequence” in a Film Script?

A “sequence” in a film script is defined as a group of common scenes that are used to portray a specific event in the story. Examples:

a) The Teaser (Episodic TV)

b) The Tag (Episodic TV)

c) The Chase Sequence (“Bullit”)

d) The Love Scene (“Postman Always Rings Twice”)

e) The Wedding Sequence (“The Deer Hunter”)

f) The Battle Sequence (“Legends of the Fall”)

g) The Assassination Sequence (“JFK”)

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