Breaking The Barrier


#1

I want to get other people’s thoughts before I devolp a full story I want the characters to talk to the audience and break that barrier and make the audience kind of like a character you never see so it seems like the audience are in the movie. does this seem stupid I want to here other responses please be honest about this and critique me.

Thanks,
WigWam Productions


#2

This is actually not at all uncommon (usually referred to as “breaking the fourth wall” in reference to the screen being the fourth wall of a room, the one separating the audience from the screen), and it’s been done for ages. Here’s the first example that came to mind, but there’s tons of examples: