12. Use the 180-Degree Rule for Blocking a Scene• If a character is on the left of another character at the beginning of a scene, they should remain be on the left of that character for the duration of the scene.
• For the sake of clarity in organizing the blocking of a scene, the camera shouldn't exceed the 180-degree span between two characters.
• The characters can move anywhere in a space, but they should always remain in the same relation to each other within the panel, to the left or right of one another.
• There are exceptions, for instance when a character jumps over another and changes the dynamic.