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We felt we had to know something of his back story. I dont think people in the cinema would just accept that hes there.
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"We felt we had to know something of his back story. I don't think people in the cinema would just accept that he's there. I think we had to learn how he (got there)"

- Andrew Lloyd Webber

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This quote by Andrew Lloyd Webber speaks to the significance of comprehending a character's backstory in order to create a believable and engaging story. By comprehending the character's past, the audience can better comprehend why the character is in the existing scenario and how they got there. Without this understanding, the audience may not have the ability to get in touch with the character or the story. It is necessary to offer the audience with sufficient info to comprehend the character's motivations and how they got to where they are. This enables the audience to end up being invested in the story and the character's journey. By supplying the audience with a character's backstory, the audience can better understand the character and the story as a whole.

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United Kingdom Flag This quote is written / told by Andrew Lloyd Webber somewhere between March 22, 1948 and today. He was a famous Composer from United Kingdom. The author also have 28 other quotes.

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