Nightcrawler — Empathy for the Antihero

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    The protagonist of Nightcrawler is motivated, clever, and a sociopath — and despite him taking unforgivable actions, the audience stays engaged in the story.

    Why? This video analyzes how to create empathy for an antihero.

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  • nightcrawler— empathyantihero