Examples of dramatization in a Sentence
a dramatization of a true story
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The Disaster Artist’s dramatization of the making of the 2003 horror film The Room also pretends to be an inquiry into meta-cinema.
Indeed, so clunky are its stabs at dramatization that The Testament itself might well have proved more suited to a nonfiction approach.
Taken together, these dramatizations assemble a cohesive portrait of the general chaos of war -- and what transpired in Iraq in particular -- and its aftermath, including the ripple effects across families and communities.
Yeon-sik Hong/Drawn and Quarterly The little rituals and routines with which Hong and Lee structure their daily lives thus interconnect and expand into a moving dramatization of how patriarchal expectations grind both men and women down.
While many of his contemporaries were trying out modern trends – avant-garde, confessional, or self-dramatization, Wilbur resisted.
Still, Atwood is Atwood, the actresses in the piece all are formidable, and this is very deft dramatization from Blackmer.
Deputy State Historian Rob Martinez says the dramatization wrongfully gives the impression that Native Americans welcomed back the Spanish without resistance.
This four-part miniseries from the British writer and director Peter Kosminsky (Wolf Hall) aired in the U.K. last month on Channel 4, where it was largely praised for its dramatization of the lives of Britons who leave their homes to join ISIS.
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