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From: "Wade T. Smith" <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: Scientology
>On 01/14/02 01:35, Philip Jonkers said this-
>>Actors simply mimic other people.
>As a student of the drama, well, that statement is
narrow, to an extreme.
>Besides, at core, acting is not the mimicry of other
>caricaturization, a subset of genre-based
techniques), but, is the
>presentation of simulated emotive responses. Method
acting removes the
Well, I don't necessarily mean living persons rather
characters brought about by the imagination of the
actor. Isn't method acting used to give a better basis
of imagination by developing the character to higher
extent. But I'm not an actor myself, perhaps you can
fill me in on what acting is all about then?
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