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Screening_Notes_9 - Screenings Notes for Class#8...

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Screenings Notes for Class #8 Performance FTVDM – 188B Prof. Deland Nuse Technical Approach Tom Courtenay and his fellow actors performed Billy Liar on stage and were consequently very well rehearsed. Their techniques and internalized understanding of their characters were second nature by the time of filming. The film is a evocative blend of documentary realism and fantasy that suggests a familiarity with the work of Fellini . In the beautifully modulated performance by Cate blanchett as Queen Elizabeth, we are given a woman who is strong, sympathetic, and yet unfulfilled. Tragically, she cannot control the kingdom of love and desire. Political necessity can be heartbreaking, painful and also deadly.
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2 Method Approach Network Inside-out. An Academy Award winning performance from Faye Dunaway . I’ve been telling you people since I took this job six months ago…that I want angry shows. On The Waterfront Inside-out. Internal emotions drive physical expressions, breaking down the
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  • Spring '08
  • hnewhous
  • Academy Award for Best Actor, Queen Elizabeth, Marlon Brando, BAFTA winners, Billy Liar, John Schlesinger

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