Fictional Characters & Dramatic Documentaries - Red-Eye and Erratic Asthmatic


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Red-Eye and Erratic Asthmatic talk about the most controversial topic spewing out the internet recently... fictional characters. Whether you enjoy fiction or non-fiction, there's no doubt that the majority of media is comprised of fiction. Whether music, tv shows, or movies, there are so many made-up characters and origins of said characters that it's near impossible to keep track of them all. In which case, why is it important that some characters are portrayed the way they are? On the other hand, non-fictional documentaries, while perhaps not as entertaining as some fictional works, provide its own class of educational entertainment via the varied adjectives and phrasing of particular functions throughout our ecosystem.

Join us in our discussion! Do you prefer fiction or non-fiction? When you read a book, and see that the movie adaptation strays off from the chronological order of the book, or its character choice, does this make you some type of way? Is it crucial for characters to adhere to their original descriptions in books? At what point is science out of the question when discussing a fictional character? What ever happened to Lucy? Let us know!

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