Hi @jhull, on your Narrative First site, you mention the below at the bottom of the article:
"...Advanced Story Theory for this Article
This consistent focus on what is lacking within the Main Character of these films occurs because of the location of the Main Character and Overall Story Throughlines. When they are in this vertical alignment (with the OS in Activity and the MC in Fixed Attitude), the Main Character will feel as if they have a "hole in their heart."
What about the other three possibilities for Vertical OS and MC? Will these have the same MC "hole in the heart" feel? (OS Fixed Attitude/MC Activity, OS Manipulation/MC Situation, OS Situation/MC Manipulation)
And if so, is it the same for the Horizontal (western) OS/MC throughline assignment patterns with the MC having a "chip on their shoulder"?
Thanks for the insight here and on your site