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Save The Cat Ebook Pdf 32


Save the Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You'll Ever Need




Save the Cat! is a popular book on screenwriting by Blake Snyder, a successful Hollywood screenwriter and producer. The book was published in 2005 and has since become a must-read for aspiring and professional screenwriters alike. The book offers a practical and easy-to-follow guide on how to write a screenplay that sells, based on Snyder's own experience and insights. The book covers topics such as genre, structure, logline, theme, character, dialogue, and pitch. The book also introduces Snyder's famous "Save the Cat" beat sheet, a 15-point outline that helps writers craft a compelling story from start to finish.




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The title of the book comes from a term coined by Snyder to describe a moment in a screenplay where the hero does something nice or heroic to make the audience like him or her. For example, in the movie Die Hard, John McClane saves a cat from a terrorist attack in the first act, which establishes him as a likable and sympathetic protagonist. Snyder argues that saving the cat is an essential technique to make the audience care about the hero and root for his or her success.


The book has been praised by many critics and readers for its simplicity, clarity, humor, and effectiveness. The book has also been influential in shaping the Hollywood industry, as many producers and executives use it as a reference and a standard for evaluating scripts. The book has spawned several sequels and spin-offs, such as Save the Cat! Goes to the Movies, Save the Cat! Strikes Back, Save the Cat! Writes a Novel, and Save the Cat! Software.


If you are interested in learning more about Save the Cat! and how to write a screenplay that sells, you can download a PDF version of the book from various online sources. Here are some of the links where you can find it:



  • [DocDroid]



  • [Internet Archive]



  • [IDoc]




Happy reading and happy writing!




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