Should the prologue establish the genre even if it makes things confusing to understand?
The author of the video argues that the prologue should establish the genre, and recommends that the film's prologue should make it about a group doing a heist for a zombie from some organization, but wouldn't it make the story hard to follow? Because in the film, the prologue establishes there was a zombie outbreak, and making a prologue about a group doing a heist for a zombie, and then not mentioning the zombie outbreak in the prologue would make it very hard to follow. Does the guy still have a point? What's your take on this?