To connect scenes, they chose most stimulating, startling and moving ways.
Use of conflict is reflected when Brody fear is the opposite of his goal to kill the shark. He fears water, which is less dangerous as compared with confronting a shark. Though Brody is a hero, issues of imperfect marriage is brought in. This creates a platform to show that problems need solutions. Brody and his wife Ellen fail to agree on moving from the town to a nicer place. The wife wants a better life. Thus, problems arise. Use of suspense is well demonstrated; Peter Benchley and Carl Gottlieb used suspense to drive the story (King). This is best done when a series of disasters are linked together. In the story, Brody and other characters are trying to find the shark and stop it “but what we are really waiting for is that next shark kill” (the jaw script).
Urgency alert is well presented, Peter Benchley and Carl Gottlieb chose 4 July weekend “That is the biggest weekend of the year, the weekend all the tourist show up. And it’s coming soon!” (Jaws Script) The urgency comes in when the hero, Brody is expected to find the shark and kill it before the weekend. Memorable characters are brought in the story to spice it up. Quint is one of the characters used in the Jaws. The characters are always secondary characters and are depicted differently from other characters in the story (King). They act differently, chat in a unique way. He must be a character who seeks live in his own world as opposed to the other characters. Quint is best placed he is exceptional as compared with the rest of the characters in the story.
Peter Benchley and Carl Gottlieb have made Hero’s goal as hard as possible. However, the solution to the ranking problem (shark attack) could have been easily solved by closing down the beach they did not allow that to happen. To overturn the