when should you avoid using 'of' as possessive?
All I know is that it depends on humanness and animacy. When you are talking about things that are not live, you use 'of' but when you are talking bout 'person, animal, country, organization', you use apostrophe. However there are some exceptions.
Now if you look at 'The movie's story', it's not a thing that's alive but many say it sounds natural more than 'the story of the movie'.
I tried to figure out why but had no luck. Is it because it's just one of the exceptions? Is there any tip to avoid using 'of' as possessive? If I can figure out when to avoid using it, it would be really helpful.