it's 8:56PM and i'm thinking about how to adapt cats's story to a narrative film
Ah, that’s the eternal question, isn’t it anon? That’s an interesting rabbit hole to go down!
Honestly, I’m not all that sure that CATS can be turned into a narrative film. Well, I mean, it *can* but, as it stands, there would need to be a lot of work done to it, and it would most likely need a structural overhaul.
And I’m wondering if a solid narrative (and, by extension, it instinctually moving away from being an ensemble piece judging by how most movies are made, especially now) actually sort of limits the experience of what CATS is.
I feel like CATS might actually make an excellent experimental/art film. It’s resistance to structure makes it a prime candidate for one.
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tigers r so fucking funny because its like a cat except it wants 2 kill u. and like it actually Can
like idk theres just something rlly funny abt the thought of like, the anger of a cat in the body of something that can actually kill u . if i ever got killed by a tiger itd be fso fucking funny i think