Rider4Z wrote:A story isn't necessarily a coherent sequence of events. A story can basically mean having a beginning, a middle and an end. I'll give you a few examples of my own.
tells a very definite story. You can practically write a script to it, which technically has already been done because I simply retold the story from the series itself.
on the other hand tells a very loose story. There is no script for this one. There is a beginning - character and setting introduction, middle - the conflict, and the end - resolution.
One more example I'll give you of telling a "story" that's even looser is . Wait, what? There's a story in that? When you break it down, sure. There's the beginning that introduces characters and style, the middle that changes things up a bit and brings to a climax, and the end that brings everything back down.
So to answer your original question, which i assume you're meaning my first example, no. AMVs don't have to have a coherent script to be entertaining or "good". Hope this helped! others may differ from my opinion tho
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