CASE STUDY: Indiana Jones

REVISED: SATURDAY, 08/04/18 - 11:15 PM

IT'S ORIGINAL INCARNATION

- The movies and the direction the producers have taken it.

Concept:  A swashbuckling archaeologist goes in search of ancient artifacts.  

HOW I WOULD CHANGE IT

PROTAGONIST'S VIEWPOINT: 

- He has a passion for learning about ancient civilizations. 

- He wants to share his discoveries with present and future generations for the sake of appreciating and gaining a better understanding and respect for ancient cultures. 

ANTAGONIST'S VIEWPOINT:

- Indiana Jones is tampering and outright stealing ancient relics that are sacred and belong to someone else.

- The descendants of ancient peoples or the spirits of the ancients themselves are greatly offended by the tampering, theft, and disrespect shown by Indiana Jones and his minions.

THIS OPENS UP A MYRIAD OF POSSIBILITIES: 

 

25 Most Intense Archaeological Discoveries in Human History

24 Amazing Archaeological Discoveries

10 Most Mysterious Archaeological Discoveries of All Time

Ten Top Biblical Archaeological Discoveries

Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries of the Twentieth Century Relating to the Biblical World

Top 10 Greatest Archaeological Discoveries of all Time

Wikipedia: 1930 in Archaeology

 

Wikipedia: 1940 in Archaeology

Wikipedia: 1941 in Archaeology

Wikipedia: 1942 in Archaeology

Wikipedia: 1943 in Archaeology

 

Wikipedia: 1944 in Archaeology

Wikipedia: 1945 in Archaeology

Wikipedia: 1946 in Archaeology

Wikipedia: 1947 in Archaeology

Wikipedia: 1948 in Archaeology

Wikipedia: 1949 in Archaeology

YouTube: George Lucas and Steven Spielberg create "Indiana Jones"

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