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This is a text about stories, about stories that are made, conveyed, and brought to life through film and television. Of course, the characters in fictional stories are not really living in the way that we are. Still, the movies, television shows, music, magazines, novels, and comic books that audience members enjoy become part of our lives as we relate to them and care about the characters that they present.
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