Sorry, I’m not much active here.
I watched Erin Brockovich last time.
Still a great movie.
For the purpose of this question, let me spoiler you that:
Erin is a steadfast / stop character.
She has a focus of control and a direction of uncontrolled.
Her problem is help.
I get that Erin’s problems stem from people who try to control her (changing of her looks, her manners) so she acts uncontrolled.
As the story goes, she realizes she’s driven to help people.
She brings success to the O.S. by being open to new solutions for the O.S. problem.
This is the Main Character Throughline
Main Character Throughline: Universe
Main Character Concern: Future
Main Character Issue: Preconception vs. Openness
Main Character Problem: Help
Main Character Solution: Hinder
Main Character Symptom: Control
Main Character Response: Uncontrolled
Main Character Unique Ability: Openness
Main Character Critical Flaw: Ability
What I don’t get is what being a Stop character means in the O.S.
According to the analysis I’ve found on Dramatica.com, the O.S. story is the following:
Compensation from PG&E
Overall Story Throughline: Physics
Overall Story Concern: Obtaining
Overall Story Issue: Self-Interest vs. Morality
Overall Story Problem: Pursuit
Overall Story Solution: Avoid
Overall Story Symptom: Control
Overall Story Response: Uncontrolled
My question is: What’s the influence of Erin being a Stop character here?
That people should stop pursuing compensation from PG&E? (seems not the case).
_Well, if someone can help me clarify that I would appreciate it a lot.