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Performance Daniel LeBlanc, Kenny Martin, Roy Parker, Carly Woodworth Function – examination of the performance, realistic or not, according to its context in the film. – a performance will be more or less of both of these things. Both are apparent when thinking of a realistic performance: creating a unique character that is not too exaggerated or too underplayed. Types – films create ranges of performance (middle, broad, anonymous) to each individual film. Typecasting – actors are selected and directed to conform to type. Typage – the actor is expected to portray a typical representative of a social class or historical movement. Adjust to each type of camera distance – if the actor is far from the camera, he or she will have to gesture broadly or move around to be seen as acting at all. But if the camera and actor are inches apart, a twitch of a mouth muscle will come across clearly. Singin’ in the Rain : pantomime acting -Cathy in the car with Don Lockwood All About Eve : intonation and rhythm -Margot Channing= “Fasten your seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.” Cape Fear : entrances and exits -Entrance: Max Cady doing pull-ups surrounded by communist posters, etc. -Exit: Eyes going below water,
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