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........ I rather stay here...With all the madmen...Then perish with the sadmen roaming free.....
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"you are pretending to be the character. You aren't actually >being< the character"
Basically well said, Bill.
With one asterisk:
If you HAVE done your homework well enough - and for an adult, it does take prep work the child doesn't need/use; and you ARE succeeding at the
character, in the scene; and especially when - all too rare! - your partners in the moment are doing all of the same...
You can FEEL - not PRETEND to feel - REAL joy, fear, love, pain, etc.
Craig - Well said! I've heard others (including myself) prattle on endlessly about this but I think I've heard nothing as concise. Those moments
when "everything comes together" are, really, the only thing I know that leaves me with a sense of wonder and awe just as it did many years ago.
Whether it's as an actor or as an audience member, when it happens, it's incredible!
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though, BTW, regarding the comments about the competition in 1939 being too heavy for him to rate a nomination -- it's worth noting that Mickey Rooney
made the cut for BABES IN ARMS!!!).
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I always liked the Laughton version but not until I saw it on the big screen last year did I feel the full, emotionally crushing impact of the film. Now I
rank it above most 30's films of any genre. Laughton should have won the oscar! Get the DVD but try to see on a big screen!
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