In your Arche Year video on the three-act structure, you say that it divides a story into thirds (which I found true during the movie assignments). However, K.M. Weiland writes extensively about how the second act is twice as long as the first and third acts. She says the Rock Bottom and Epiphany moments come at the 25% and 75% marks instead of roughly the 33% and 66% marks, and gives many examples of stories that follow this pattern. Are you familiar with her work, and do you have any thoughts on this?

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Timothy Benefield Selected answer as best June 21, 2023