Definition of Inciting Moment?


The definition of inciting moment is the part of a story when something happens in the story that puts a complete focus on the story. The phrase of inciting moment is many times, in dramatic stories. It is something that is completely unexpected in the story line. It is a dramatic twist on the story. Many people like to read and/or watch on television these types of stories. They keep people watching and/or reading to figure out what is going to happen next.
Q&A Related to "Definition of Inciting Moment?"
The definition of incite is to stir, encourage, or urge on; stimulate to prompt to action. Some synonyms include provoke, goad, spur, arouse, and exhort.
The inciting incident is a plot element and arrives near the beginning of the
incitement: an act of urging on or spurring on or rousing to action or instigating; needed encouragement; something that incites or provokes; the act of exhorting
My film class homework is asking what the "inciting moment" is in film. However the only information I can uncover on it is inciting incident. Are they basically the same
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